Mr. Darcy's Daughters

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Mr. Darcy's Daughters is a 2003 novel by Elizabeth Aston. The novel is Jane Austen Fan-fiction based on Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice. Aston focuses on the marriage prospects of the five daughters of Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy, including prim and proper Letitia, witty Camilla, frivolous twins Georgina and Isabelle, and musical prodigy Alethea. The girls visit their cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam in London while their parents are abroad on a diplomatic trip. Two younger sons are left behind at Pemberley and are not featured in the book. Neither are Darcy and Elizabeth, though some other characters from Pride and Prejudice are featured. The girls' forays and missteps into society and their search for the right men is the main theme of the novel.

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