Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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‘Pride and Prejudice’ is one of the finest works of the author Jane Austen. The book has remained one of the most popular novels in English language since 1813. The book shows a romantic clash between main characters of the book, opinionated Elizabeth and arrogant Mr. Darcy. It contains a splendid performance of civilized sparring. Jane Austen’s this book is generally considered as romantic novel of manners with satirical context. The novel revolves around the importance of marrying for love instead of money and social prestige that was very common in that era.

‘Pride and Prejudice’ is one of the finest works of the author Jane Austen. The book has been considered as one of the most popular novels in English language since 1813. The book shows a romantic clash between the main characters of the book, opinionated Elizabeth and arrogant Mr. Darcy. It contains performance of civilized sparring. Jane Austen’s this book is generally considered as romantic novel of manners with satirical context. The story of this novel revolves around the significanec of marrying for love instead of money and social prestige that was very common in that era.

The Summary of the Book ‘Pride and Prejudice’

The plot of the novel is set in rural England and depicts the early 19th century era. Mr. Bennet has five daughters and his property can only be passed to a male heir. So, it is very important for the Bennet family that at least any one of their girls should marry in a wealthy family to support others. When Bennet’s second eldest daughter, Elizabeth Bennet visits the ball organised by the Bingley family, she meets Mr. Bingley’s dearest friend Mr. Darcy. During their first meeting, Elizabeth writes Mr. Darcy off as an arrogant and obnoxious man as she eavesdrops on the conversation between Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy where Mr. Darcy said that he did not find Elizabeth attractive and reject the idea of asking her for a dance. But the turn of events throws them against each other repetitively and Mr. Darcy starts to fall for her. Meanwhile, when Elizabeth learns about the real side of Mr. Darcy, she begins to question her feelings about him. She begins to wonder, is her pride has prejudiced her opinion for Darcy?

About the Author

Jane Austen was an English novelist whose six major novels are works of romantic fiction which made her one of the most widely read writers in English literature. She has known for her satirical writing style that critiques and comments upon the British gentry. She was the author of the 19th century but her work has been used as an example for the 21st-century society. The book ‘Pride and Prejudice’ has been transformed into a film with the same name.

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