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“Pride and Prejudice” is a novel written by Jane Austen, first published in 1813. It is one of the most beloved works of English literature and is considered a classic of romantic fiction. The story follows the protagonist, Elizabeth Bennet, as she navigates the social mores and romantic entanglements of early 19th-century England.

Key themes in “Pride and Prejudice” include:

  1. Social class: The novel explores the rigid class structure of Regency-era England and the limitations it places on individuals, particularly women, in terms of social mobility and marriage prospects.
  2. Marriage: Marriage is a central concern in the novel, and Austen satirizes the societal expectations surrounding courtship and matrimony. The various romantic relationships depicted in the story, particularly that of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy, highlight the complexities and nuances of romantic attraction and compatibility.
  3. Prejudice and misconceptions: The title of the novel refers to the initial impressions and misconceptions that characters form about one another based on first impressions, which must be overcome in order for genuine understanding and affection to develop.
  4. Individuality and independence: Elizabeth Bennet is portrayed as a strong-willed and independent-minded character who challenges societal norms and expectations. Her refusal to conform to conventional gender roles and her insistence on marrying for love rather than financial security make her a pioneering figure in feminist literature.

“Pride and Prejudice” is celebrated for its wit, humor, and keen observations of human nature, as well as its timeless exploration of themes that continue to resonate with readers to this day.

Weight0.3 kg
Dimensions12 × 2 × 8 cm


Book Author

Jane Austen





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