Pride And Prejudice

, Jane Austin
Jane Austin was born in 1775 in Stevenson, Hampshire. Her family wasn’t rich but managed to give her a decent education. At fourteen she began to write little plays for home theatricals. She also wrote nonsense story’s to entertain her family. After her father’s retirement they moved to the town of Bath. She was writing First Impression, now called but couldn’t get it published till 1813. Jane led a quiet life and never married. She died in 1817. She has written several novels: Sense and Sensibility(1811), Mansfield(1814), Emma(1816), Northanger Abbey(1818) and Persuasion(1818). Jane Austin published her novels anonymously. It wasn’t till the twentieth century that she ...

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what else to make of it. It’s the only lesson I can find in the novel. I read because I enjoy it, not because I want to be taught life visions.


Title: Pride and Prejudice

Author: Jane Austin

[Chapter 1]

Mrs. Bennet tells her husband, Mr. Bennet, to visit the new owner of Netherfield, Mr. Bingley. He is quite rich and he is single which makes him a wanted man with all the girls in the neighbourhood. Mr. Bennet tells her that he won’t be visiting him because he likes to fool around with her. Mrs. Bennet is thinking about their five daughters, Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Catherine and Lydia. One of them might fall in love with this Mr. Bingley and that would suite her just fine.

[Chapter 2]

Mr. Bennet did visit Mr. Bingley, being one of the first. He didn’t tell his wife or his daughters about is till the evening after the visit. They were all over him, wanting to know everything about Bingley.

His wife praised him to be such a good father and couldn’t stop ...

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Elizabeth how much she likes Mr. Bingley. They talk about him, he inherited quite some money and two years later he bought Netherfield. He is the opposite of his friend Mr. Darcy. They are both very clever but very different in all their other habits. Jane tells Lizzy that his sisters and Darcy are staying at Netherfield with Mr. Bingley. They all think of Jane as a very sweet girl.

[Chapter 5]

The Lucas’ lived near the Bennets. They had a good relation and one of their daughters, Charlotte, was a good friend of Eliza, during a visit from the Lucas’s there was a conversation about Mr. Darcy, how rude he behaved during the ball, not even talking to his neighbours, not dancing and so ...

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