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Jul 12, 2021

[Answer] Which Jane Austen novel was the inspiration for “Bridget Jones’ Diary”?

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...Helen Fielding, the author of “Bridget Jones Diary,” was trying to piece together a plot from her popular newspaper columns featuring the character. At the same time, the 1995 adaptation of “Pride & Prejudice” was airing, and Fielding was “infatuated” with it. As Fielding put it in a later interview, “And so I just stole the plot ... I thought Jane Austen wouldn't mind." Some of the allusions to “Pride” include Bridget working for Pemberley Press (the home of Mr. Darcy) and her love interest, of course, being a stoic man named Mark Darcy. For the 2001 film adaptation, the producers didn’t look too far when casting Mark — they cast the most well-known Mr. Darcy, Colin Firth.




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Pride and Prejudice:


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