An Unequal Marriage by Emma Tennant
Or Pride and Prejudice Twenty Years Later

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In the author's second sequel, successor to the well-received Pemberley, young Master Edward Darcy makes trouble for the Darcy fortune and marriage by his determination to fight for Napoleon and his huge gambling debts.

About Emma Tennant

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Emma Tennant's previous books include "The Bad Sister", "Two Women of London", "Faustine", "Strangers: A Family Romance", & "Pemberley", the sequel to "Pride & Prejudice". She has written of her relationship with Ted Hughes in "Burnt Diaries".
Published October 6, 1994 by Sceptre. 208 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Tennant's wretched second sequel to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice (after Pemberley, 1993) has none of the beloved original's wit, brilliance, or biting satire.

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