Outstanding Engraving of Scene in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (1833)


Elizabeth tells her father that Darcy was responsible for uniting Lydia and Wickham, one of the two earliest illustrations of Pride and Prejudice. The clothing styles reflect the time the illustration was engraved (the 1830s), not the time in which the novel was written or set

(Pickering & Greatbatch – Pride and Prejudice A Novel by Jane Austen London: Richard Bentley. (Successor to H. Colburn) Cumming, Dublin, Bell & Bradfute, Edinburgh Galignani, Paris 1833.via