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Pride and Estrog... I mean Prejudice

So it has emerged once again in my life... Pride and Prejudice. I've never read the book, and I've only seen about 20 minutes of the 12 hour long movie version. But what I'm learning is that there is something about this story that cuts to the soul of what the female mind is all about. It seems that most of the females in my life - which are quite a diverse lot, all have at least some level of affinity for Pride and Prejudice.

What is it about this story/book/movie(s) that makes it so dear to women? This is a serious question. I'm seriously interested in knowing. Pass this along to anyone you know because I'd really like some comments on this.


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