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About Jennifer Ehle

Although an American from North Carolina, Jennifer Ehle trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, and was almost immediately hailed as one of the most promising young actresses of her generation winning the prestigious Ian Charleston Award for her role in the Royal National Theatre’s 1991 production of Molière’s Tartuffe and the Best Newcomer award in the Radio Times awards for her role in Peter Hall’s version of Mary Wesley’s The Camomile Lawn for the BBC in 1992. 

Her international fame was however sealed with her hugely successful portrayal of Elizabeth Bennett in the 1995 British mini-series of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. She has since dominated the theatre on both sides of the Atlantic with amongst many others, Tony award-winning performances in Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing (2000) and The Coast of Utopia (2007) on Broadway, and in London,  The Philadelphia Story with Kevin Spacey.


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Washington Square Audiobook

Washington Square Audiobook
Written by Henry James
Read by Jennifer Ehle

Bafta award winning actress Jennifer Ehle reads this wonderful unabridged audiobook of one of Henry James’ funniest and most enjoyable  novels.

The battle between a father and a daughter is usually portrayed in literature as a struggle between a headstrong but feisty girl and a tradition-bound lead weight of a father. Henry James of course had to do it somewhat differently. He tells a story of an intelligent man riding the turn of the tide in mid-nineteenth century New York, and watching what he sees as his numbingly dull and conventional daughter making the mistake of her life in her choice of husband.

The fight between these two delicious characters keeps the suspense carried right up until the last page before you learn  how the contest will end.

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