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Pride and Prejudice was a novel written by Jane Austen in 1796. (TV: The Caretaker)

Sarah Jane Smith, while dressed in period-appropriate clothing for 1818, stated that she felt like a refugee from Pride and Prejudice. (AUDIO: The Ghosts of N-Space)

Peri Brown had once read Pride and Prejudice. (AUDIO: A Most Excellent Match)

Sam Jones thought her room in the TARDIS looked like a set from a BBC historical drama like Pride and Prejudice. (PROSE: The Bodysnatchers)

On Heaven, an archaeology student commented that the Seventh Doctor's translation of a note written in Heavenite was "not Pride and Prejudice". (PROSE: Love and War)

Fights and Cleavage was an American TV mini-series set in the early 19th century which had been inspired by novels like Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility. (PROSE: Christmas on a Rational Planet)

A hand-written edition of Pride and Prejudice was one of the novels in the Library of Carsus. (PROSE: Spiral Scratch)

Emily Rutherford was reading Pride and Prejudice on the day she met Tom Charrington. (PROSE: Separation Day)

Working as an English teacher in Coal Hill School, Clara Oswald taught Pride and Predjudice to her class. She wrote a quote out from it on her classroom's whiteboard.

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.Pride and Prejudice [src]

While undercover as the school's caretaker, the Twelfth Doctor corrected what she had written on the board — telling her that the novel was written in 1796, not 1797. He explained that he knew this as he had read the biography in a copy of the book. (TV: The Caretaker) Clara was still teaching the subject during a future term having apparently, in the interim, either met Austen or been informed about the author's kissing ability. (TV: The Magician's Apprentice)

Upon meeting Mary Shelley, Graham O'Brien began quoting the same excerpt, saying "It is a truth universally acknowledged...", but the Thirteenth Doctor stopped him before he got any further, saying "wrong writer". (TV: The Haunting of Villa Diodati).

Behind the scenes Edit

The BBC has made various adaptations of the novel:

Also, Carole Ann Ford had a role in a theatrical adaptation of the novel.

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