Review: Pride and Prejudice By Jane Austen


Jane Austen occupied a prominent position in British literature. Edward Said and Rudyard Kipling criticized Austen’s prose and irony, but his social portraiture and stylistic elegance make them a reference point in 19th-century literature. Pride and Prejudice is her most well-known novel. It tells the story of Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam darcy’s struggle to overcome their prejudices and find love that is contrary to all odds. It is a well-known truth that every man who has a lot of money needs a wife.

About”Pride and Prejudice”

Pride and Prejudice is a beloved classic in the romance genre. The story is about the Bennet family. It includes Mr. and Mrs. Bennet, their five daughters and their lives. Jane and Elizabeth, the oldest of the Bennet children, are the main characters in this book. The story begins when Mr. Bingley arrives in the town they live in. Jane is stunned by the handsome man after a dance. He has one advantage: he is wealthy, and Mrs. Bennet sees a chance to marry her oldest daughter.

Bingley is not alone. He is accompanied by Mr. Darcy, a handsome man who is much wealther than his friend. His beauty is not enough to do justice to his behaviour, so everyone criticizes him behind his back, even after he has been curt many times. Elizabeth Bennet is no exception, and he’s crazed since minute zero.

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It was a classic and I did have some respect for it. I only started it a few days ago. After I had read the first pages, I was in awe at such a story.

To me, the Bennet family seems very unusual. On the one hand, the mother is a small-town woman who wants to marry her daughters and show off what she has. The father, on the other hand is sensible and calm.

Jane, Jane’s older sister, is the most innocent in the world. He doesn’t label anyone as evil and always looks for the positive side of everything, even when there aren’t. It is stated in the book that she is the most beautiful member of her family, and that her mother wanted her to marry Mr. Bingley.

“A woman’s imagination is very quick and can jump from admiration to love, and then from love to marriage in a matter of seconds.”

Elizabeth is my favorite. Elizabeth is a strong, independent girl with an overpowering personality. Although he doesn’t let his emotions show, he does have a mental cocoa that causes him to make mistakes that made me want to kill in certain chapters.

I am impressed by Mr. Darcy’s ability to relate to the aristocracy. It was something I knew I would like, and I don’t really know why. My instincts have not faltered. He is serious and well-informed, and he shows great devotion to his sister.

Pride and Prejudice was a book that left me open-mouthed. It was addictive and had a great plot. That’s why it was so fast. Jane Austen’s writing is great, and her pen is just too captivating.

There is much drama, salsa, and unrequited emotions in the book. The story is centered around the issues of pride and prejudice. Pride was the most valuable thing in humanity, and prejudices were all too common.

“Pride refers to how we think about ourselves. Vulgarity is what we want others to think.

It was short and not too heavy. This is something I appreciated. The characters’ development, particularly Mr. Darcy’s, was also remarkable.

To be truthful, I didn’t know what the book was about when I started it. It was romance. I assumed that Jane and Mr. Bingley would be the main story. But, Elizabeth was my favorite character in the story, and I couldn’t agree more.

Sometimes, unexpected events happen and that has made my life more interesting.

Jane Austen’s wonderful stories have transported me to the 19th century England. His descriptions, the style of writing and the personalities of his characters are all very relevant to the times.

This book deserves more than five stars. It is highly recommended. Yes, I do. I’d do it 1000 times if I had to. Actually, I believe I will read it even more times.

Pride and Prejudice inspired me to read more classics. I hope they’re as good as this one.

“Those who don’t change their mind should be sure to judge before they act.”


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