The first-ever fully annotated edition of one of the most beloved novels in the world—now as an award-winning interactive eBook—is a sheer delight for fans and students of Jane Austen. Here is the complete text of Pride and Prejudice with thousands of annotations and hundreds of illustrations edited by Austen scholar David Shapard, along with video provided by BBC Worldwide Learning, and many unique interactive features including:
Annotations: More than 2,500 notes with illustrations and audio—all accessible directly from the main text of the novel—cover such historical topics as rules of etiquette, class differences, and the position of women; provide parallels between the novel and Austen’s experiences and letters; and clarify archaic terms and challenging passages.
Interactive Education Content: Learn more about Jane Austen’s classic novel with 250 Study Questions, 5 interactive Quizzes, 30 interactive Poll Questions, and an interactive Glossary
Synced Audio: Complete audiobook of Pride and Prejudice synced to the text of the novel. Listen while you read, or tap any page to hear audio for a specific passage.
Interactive Maps and Timelines: Explore Jane Austen’s world further with four maps, three family trees, and two timelines—all featuring significant interactive content.
Entertainment Sections and Image Galleries: Visit the world of Regency England with interactive sections and image galleries covering Music, Fashion, Food, Travel, and more.
Video: Interviews with writers and scholars and content from the BBC
film adaptation and documentaries provided by BBC Worldwide Learning.
Chronology, Filmography, and Annotated Bibliography: Track the action with the interactive Storyline Chronology. The detailed Filmography provides insight into film and television adaptations of this beloved novel. And the extensive Bibliography includes a section of Internet Resources.
Winner of the Association of American Publishers’ REVERE Award in the “Innovate” category for “Beyond the Classroom.”
This interactive edition has been optimized for iPad and iPad mini and can also be read on your iPhone.
A delightful companion to Austen's masterpiece
Good, but no two-page view
This is a very good edition including annotations and videos for better understanding of the novel. But it seems to be specially designed for iPad. The publisher should optimize the viewing of the book on Mac. This can be simply done by enabling the two-page view, which is currently disabled for no good reason on Mac.