On January 28, 2013, Pride & Prejudice celebrated it's 200th anniversary. Since being published in 1813, Pride & Prejudice has been adapted and modernized by many authors, artists and directors. For a complete timeline of the "ups and occasional downs of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy and "Pride and Prejudice," check out this article from the Los Angeles Times.
How would you "resurrect, recast and reimagine" the classic plots and characters for Pride & Prejudice?
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