Words Spoken in Anger: A Pride and Prejudice variation

Words Spoken in Anger: A Pride and Prejudice variation
  • Kindle Edition
  • 269 pages
  • Words Spoken in Anger: A Pride and Prejudice variation
  • Margaret Gale
  • English
  • 15 September 2019

Words Spoken in Anger: A Pride and Prejudice variation➼ [Download] ➹ Words Spoken in Anger: A Pride and Prejudice variation By Margaret Gale ➹ – Essayreview.co.uk Elizabeth Bennet loses her temper at Netherfield Park, setting in train some unexpected developments Enjoy a what if journey with Elizabeth and Darcy, Jane and Bingley andof Jane Austen s beloved char Elizabeth Bennet in Anger: ePUB ´ loses her temper at Netherfield Park, setting in train some unexpected developments Enjoy a what if journey with Elizabeth and Darcy, Jane and Bingley andof Jane Austen s beloved characters as their lives Words Spoken Kindle - are changed by a bit of plain speaking.


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10 thoughts on “Words Spoken in Anger: A Pride and Prejudice variation

  1. says:

    Angry people are not always wise Jane Austen, Pride and PrejudiceI think the title is fairly self explanatory We have some anger issues throughout this story and man oh man, does the fur ever fly It is like the restraint had been removed from everyone s mouth and words fell out that we have never heard our characters say before If you are a purist and adhere to canon, let it be known right now, you will not find it here This was pure and unadulterated OOC out of character antics that do Angry people are not always wise Jane Austen, Pride and PrejudiceI think the title is fairly self explanatory We have some anger issues throughout this story and man oh man, does the fur ever fly It is like the restraint had been removed from everyone s mouth and words fell out that we have never heard our characters say before If you are a purist and adhere to canon, let it be known right now, you will not find it here This was pure and unadulterated OOC out of character antics that do not represent Austen in any way other than a gentle nod to her outline and the use of her character names As stated before, this story deals with anger and confrontations Everyone, at some time or another, has wanted Jane to snap at her silly sisters, Bingley to lose it with Caroline, Darcy to bend to his emotions, and Mr Bennet to tell Mrs Bennet to shut it Well, you have your wish with this story Everyone I mean everyone gets a chance to vent their spleen or vitriol at some point in our story Anybody can become angry that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose, and in the right way that is not within everybody s power and is not easy AristotleOur Bennet ladies were at Netherfield and Elizabeth had tolerated Caroline s daily abuse until she could take it no longer She finally snapped and blasted Caroline regarding her rude treatment and abusive language Darcy and Bingley had observed the confrontation and were horrified, not at Elizabeth s outburst, but at Caroline s treatment of a guest in Bingley s home The fur flew then and Bingley blasted Caro and she soon found herself in a fast carriage to the north with no clue as to what happened Later, in Meryton, Denny and Lincoln were introducing Wickham to the Bennet group when Darcy and Bingley approached on their horses During the encounter, Wickham insulted Darcy as he tried to peacefully leave An angry Elizabeth came to Darcy s defense and Wickham turned and insulted her in front of everyone Mr Collins could not understand the underlying animosity between the two men, nor could he comprehend the insult just delivered to his cousin Therefore, he did not understand why everyone was so angry and why the nephew of his patroness view spoiler suddenly punched that nice Mr Wickham in the face Others in Meryton had witnessed Wickham s treatment and insult of Miss Elizabeth whom everyone loved and a group practically ran him out of town hide spoiler This was so ridiculous and yet so hilarious Collins didn t understand the slur that Wickham used to insult Elizabeth He was so intrigued with the saying that he filed the little ditty away so he could use it later When they returned to Longbourn, and Mr Bennet heard the little ditty that had been used in reference to his favorite daughter, he was livid and berated Mr Collins for his stupidity and called him a few additional unflattering names Mr Collins immediately left Longbourn in a huff, still not comprehending what had just happened Tucking his tail between his legs, Collins returned to Hunsford as quickly as possible Lady C was not pleased with his failure to secure a bride, nor the report regarding her nephew, and they had a major disagreement Let s just say he was no longer enad with his patroness The following Sunday, he preached a less than stellar sermon against the rich She immediately sent for him to attend her at Rosings Park He refused, saying he had a prior engagement This ticked her off to no end and she, in a red hot rage, pitched a bitch fit, throwing valuables, overturned tables, and broke several windows Other things were broken beyond repair, but I won t spoil that here I need to clarify something that I encountered at the end of chapter 3 It was the very strange occurrence of a mini epilogue I ve never encountered one before and didn t understand its significance until I got to the end of the book and read the final epilogue Dang, but it fit, and strangely, I was half way glad it was presented at this early time frame It mentioned several characters that would not have a lot of additional page time Their outcome needed to be clarified without muddying the final epilogue Also, an earlier clue or foreshadowing that might not have been clear needed to be set straight in regard to a particular letter sent to one of the characters It was significant I didn t catch it, but the mini epilogue cleared it up for me Sometimes you need to know in which direction the wind is blowing Just saying.Every Austen character that we have wanted to clear the air did Mr Bennet with Mrs Bennet, Mrs Bennet with Elizabeth, Jane with Lydia, Lydia with the world, Bingley with Lydia after she wouldn t listen to Jane that had to hurt , Kitty with Lydia, Bingley with Darcy, and even Georgiana with Darcy Everyone had something to say and this story gave them their stage or platform and an opportunity to speak their mind It was amazing totally unrealistic, but amazing Note I read into the night and when I attempted to open this ebook the next morning, it had downloaded again Perhaps this was part of an automatic update I don t know, and I was not about to start at the beginning again to see if any errors were corrected or what was updated.Rating PG 13, some subjects were discussed that were indelicate We learned what Denny and Lincoln really thought of the younger Bennet girls It was not nice and rather crude Concerns The OOC, ignored propriety, comportment lost and the general lack of restraint on everyone It was one thing to let it fly in the face of good manners, but at some point, it just became a race to see how many characters our author could get to lose their cool There were funny places, sad places and just outrageous scenes that were totally unnecessary Lady Catherine being one of them That bitch fit of hers was too much She would never in a million years ever act like that The letters between ODC were cute and attempted to be romantic, but you will have to be the judge

  2. says:

    Do not teach your children never to be angry teach them how to be angry Lyman Abbott________________How many times do we ponder how Elizabeth Bennet is able to respond to Caroline Bingley s remarks and still remain a Lady The one true thing about Elizabeth is her ability to respond to someone s remarks in such a way the person isn t certain whether they have been insulted or not Words Spoken in Anger begins with a time when Elizabeth is driven beyond her ability to remain ladylike and rais Do not teach your children never to be angry teach them how to be angry Lyman Abbott________________How many times do we ponder how Elizabeth Bennet is able to respond to Caroline Bingley s remarks and still remain a Lady The one true thing about Elizabeth is her ability to respond to someone s remarks in such a way the person isn t certain whether they have been insulted or not Words Spoken in Anger begins with a time when Elizabeth is driven beyond her ability to remain ladylike and raises the roof with the Jealous Caroline.Our story continues with instances of others confronted with anger Darcy confronts WickhamMr Bennet confronts Mr CollinsLady Catherine confronts Mr Collins poor Mr Collins Mrs Phillips confronts Mrs Bennetetc.Instances of spoken anger result in character changes for at least one of the partiesMr Collins sees the truth of Lady CatherineLydia sees the truth of her flirtationsMrs Bennet sees the truth of her gossipingetc.If you have read many of my reviews, you know I am a fan of QuoteGarden.Today, I found that most of the anger quotes spoke of the negativity of anger how anger destroys the one holding anger and not the one the anger is directed against Words Spoken in Anger shows the positivity of anger instead how anger correctly expressed can effect positive changes.Under certain circumstances, urgent circumstances, desperate circumstances, profanity provides a relief denied even to prayer Mark Twain

  3. says:

    Low angst, sweet storyI enjoyed this book very much D E started to have better understanding of each other early in the story, so usual misunderstandings didn t take place After having read a few of high angst JAFF variations, this one was exactly what I needed.It was well written, and had a few unusual twists, with Collins, Lady Catherine, Ann, and Caroline The chapter with Mr Collins POV, and the epilogue with Caroline s, were very much in character Wickham showed his true colors early, a Low angst, sweet storyI enjoyed this book very much DE started to have better understanding of each other early in the story, so usual misunderstandings didn t take place After having read a few of high angst JAFF variations, this one was exactly what I needed.It was well written, and had a few unusual twists, with Collins, Lady Catherine, Ann, and Caroline The chapter with Mr Collins POV, and the epilogue with Caroline s, were very much in character Wickham showed his true colors early, and got what he deserved The Bennet family learned a lesson about themselves, and I liked the way it happened ODC were writing letters during their courtship, and they were sweet and honest I liked the unusual pet names they used, and the development of their relationship through writing I m looking forward to another long story by Mrs Gale

  4. says:

    Read from the JAFF fan fiction Many good moments Loved the confrontation between Darcy Lizzy Georgiana and Wickham Quite unique The constant letters written were also fresh and inventive especially the way they were woven in the story For the first time I was proud of Lydia Who thought it possible I do wonder how the new edited version ended up.

  5. says:

    Words Spoken in Anger.This was a great read Thoroughly enjoyed it Elizabeth Bennet was staying at Netherfield nursing her sister Jane, when she has had enough of Caroline Bingley s insults and tells her off She leaves the house in a huff, and when she returns, to apologize, she over hears Darcy and Bingley talking the incident over, and Mr Darcy is on her side This is really the beginning of this interesting version

  6. says:

    I enjoyed the premise of this novel while Elizabeth is staying at Netherfield to tend to her sister she encounters many veiled insults from Caroline and in this novel she gives Caroline the set down she deserves After a long walk to clear her head Elizabeth hears Darcy talking to bingley and realizes that Darcy agrees with Elizabeth, feels Charles should do something about Caroline and shows admiration for Elizabeth s character This gives Elizabeth a new opinion of Darcy and thus starts the I enjoyed the premise of this novel while Elizabeth is staying at Netherfield to tend to her sister she encounters many veiled insults from Caroline and in this novel she gives Caroline the set down she deserves After a long walk to clear her head Elizabeth hears Darcy talking to bingley and realizes that Darcy agrees with Elizabeth, feels Charles should do something about Caroline and shows admiration for Elizabeth s character This gives Elizabeth a new opinion of Darcy and thus starts the course of their friendship The reason for my 3 star rating is I thought things progressed too fast after this Darcy pursues Elizabeth too early on. doesn t he need to overcome his sense of pride, his family objections to the match and his scruples against her family where did that all disappear And though I enjoyed the transformation of all the other characters I thought it was unrealistic Still a good read

  7. says:

    Avid ReaderThis is my second reading of this book and my first review There were some grammatical errors but none that made the book difficult to read I would have preferred Caroline s epilogue sooner rather than later similar to the one written for Mr Collins The ending really should be about the Darcy children We only had a glimpse of one daughter who located their love letters and notes I enjoyed the Meryton dismissal of Wickham followed by Georgina and her dismissal at a later time M Avid ReaderThis is my second reading of this book and my first review There were some grammatical errors but none that made the book difficult to read I would have preferred Caroline s epilogue sooner rather than later similar to the one written for Mr Collins The ending really should be about the Darcy children We only had a glimpse of one daughter who located their love letters and notes I enjoyed the Meryton dismissal of Wickham followed by Georgina and her dismissal at a later time Mr Collins realized that Lady Catherine held no respect for him, and the scales fell from his eyes

  8. says:

    While I liked this, the only reason this isn t 3 stars is because I got bored near the end and simply lost interest so while I did like this.it just couldn t keep me interested for long enough That being saidthe start of this was definitely brilliant and better than the end because it kept me interested and I wanted to read it.

  9. says:

    Lizzy loses her temperWhile at Netherfield Park, Caroline is being intolerably rude to Lizzy She tells Caroline what she thinks of her and being upset, leaves the manor.This event changes the course of Our Dear Couple s relationship The new path in the story is fun and enjoyable.I recommend this book.

  10. says:

    Lovely A rather lovely and enjoyable variation of Jane Austen s classic Pride and Prejudice Events proceed that vary wildly from usual timeline but I enjoyed it

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