Lessons Learned from Pride and Prejudice

This week in celebration of the anniversary of Pride and Prejudice's publication date The Bluestocking Salon put together a list - 28 Lessons We've Learned From Pride and Prejudice.  

Here are some of my favorites from that list:

  • Beware of truth's universally acknowledged.
  • There is great joy in a long walk.
  • There are worse things than being being married to Mr. Collins
  • When in doubt say it in a letter.
  • Bad boys are not worth it.
  • When it comes to a man's library size does matter.
  • A great love story is always in style
What are some lessons you've learned from Pride and Prejudice?

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