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A Review on Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice


a Review on Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice

her family members wrote. Cassandra gave birth to three children while living at Deane: James in 1765, George in 1766, and Edward in 1767. 19 Two months after Cassandra's father died they married on t St Swithin's Church in Bath, by licence, in a simple ceremony. 23 Steventon In 1768 the family finally took up residence in Steventon. Jane Austen Society of North America. 152 Dialogue reveals a character's mood frustration, anger, happiness each treated differently and often through varying patterns of sentence structures. In every aspect, Pride and Prejudice is one of Austen's greatest masterpieces.

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87 In 1814, Austen wrote a letter to her niece, Fanny Knight, who had asked for advice about a serious relationship, telling her that "having written so much on one side of the question, I shall now turn around entreat you not to commit yourself. The daughters are: 22 year old Jane, the most beautiful young woman in the neighbourhood, who is sweet, kind and sensible but thinks well of everyone and is rather naive. 156 Rather than delving too deeply into the psyche of her characters, Austen enjoys them and imbues them with humour, according to critic John Bayley. The Cambridge Companion to Jane Austen. London: Smith, Elder., 1913. Searching for Jane Austen. Southam (1987 99100; see also Watt (1963 1011; Gilson (2005 14950; Johnson (2014 239. 97 The Prince Regent's admiration was by no means reciprocated. In May Cassandra and Henry brought her to Winchester for treatment, by which time she suffered agonising pain and welcomed death.



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