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Archetypes, Pride and Prejudice

This essay presents a discussion of the characters in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen from the standpoint of viewing them as ar...

Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and the Pride and Prejudice Themes

ClassicNote on Pride and Prejudice a.php?a=n001001182). In this we are given a subtle, yet very powerful, foundation for the unfol...

'Pride and Prejudice' of Mr. Darcy in the Novel by Jane Austen

is better. We note some of his pride when we see him at the party where he quickly dismisses Elizabeth, stating "She is tolerable;...

Prejudices Women Face in the U.S.

levels of power and position. It would be foolish to argue that women havent made progress, because they have, but it would also ...

"Pride And Prejudice" - Erodes Sexist Stereotypes Of Women

relation to her own marriage. Compromise is the defining factor between Elizabeth and Charlottes ability to erode sexists stereot...

Turning Points

pride and sense that he must be completely honest, telling her that he has these feelings in spite of knowing she is inferior to h...

Jane Austen's Works and Character Development

an ideal society of the time. The primary focus of the novel is on romance as it involves two sisters. There is Marianne and El...

Narrative Techniques in “Pride and Prejudice”

to Elizabeth Bennett and Maria Lucas, who have been staying with him and his wife for six weeks. Mrs. Collins is Elizabeths sister...

The Role of Letters in Austen's Pride and Prejudice

his letter: "He must be an oddity, I think, said she. I cannot make him out.--There is something very pompous in his style.--And ...

Comparative Analysis of Bridget Jones' Diary and Pride and Prejudice

about her. She immediately sees him as rude, arrogant, and prideful. The entire story is essentially based around this attitude as...

Joseph Conrad's and Jane Austen's Narrative Techniques

difference in the narrative techniques the authors have used. For Austen there is an immediate theme set up, a perspective that of...

Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice According to Dorothy Van Ghent

surface is quietly polite and cheerful as convention calls for, yet below the surface she is seething. She hates the fact that the...

Literature By and About Women

a condition wherein the women are not slaves, we also see that the past, which involves at least Sethes enslavement, is very real ...

Jane Eyre and the Omniscient Narrator of "Pride and Prejudice"

are taking place far away, or even in another room. On the other hand, a first-person narrator like Jane can speak directly to us...

The Fantasy of Romance in Three Novels

of the characters faces so that we can see, for instance, how Mr. Darcy reacts to Elizabeths snub or the reaction of the Bennett w...

Austen's "Pride and Prejudice": The Subversion of Victorian Stereotypes

Jane Austen is something of a pioneer. Along with her contemporaries, the Bront? sisters, she produced narrative works of great co...

Marriage in Austen’s Pride and Prejudice

marriage was a way to survive as an individual and in society. Men and women in society who were not married were seen as eccentri...

The Realistic Novel: Pride and Prejudice and Fathers and Sons

beautiful or charming as her sister. Her charm lies in her honesty, openness and her wit. Darcy is a man who, at first, seems take...

Passage Analysis from Pride and Prejudice

Prejudice perfectly illustrates the main characteristics of Elizabeth Bennett, the main protagonist of the novel, as well as those...

Elizabeth Bennett, Characterization in Pride and Prejudice

This essay pertains to the way in which Elizabeth Bennett is characterized in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. The writer partic...

Austen's Pride and Prejudice, A Feminist Analysis

This essay pertains to "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen and discusses its themes from a feminist perspective. Eight pages in l...

Jane Austen and Social Criticism

Then, there is the relationship between Mr. and Mrs. Bennet. They are bent on being the perfect family in that the father deals wi...

Roles of Women in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

who is equal to them or perhaps wealthier than their families. Elizabeth is a woman who is not concerned with these things and fee...

Ivan Turgenev and Jane Austen

contrary, "there is something pleasing about his mouth when he speaks" (Austen 227). Austen does not say that Mrs. Gardiner is a m...

Novel as a Successful Form of Literature

in our relationships with family and friends, in our working environments - all of these play an important role in who we are, and...

Women of Different Eras. Comparing Pride and Prejudice with Bridget Jones Diary

this, then, there are two very different interpretations of the movies effectiveness and its cinematography. And, yet, it achieved...

Foils and Marriage in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

him to be when she first met him at the ball: a rude egocentric boor. And yet, one of the Bingley sisters illuminates what society...

Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Relationships

Jane and Charles apart. Jane and Charles listen to the gossip of others, to the opinions of others and this keeps them from follow...

Novel and Film Versions of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

In five pages this paper presents scene comparisons between Jane Austen's novel and a film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. Two...

Pride, Prejudice, and Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

In six pages this paper discusses the impact of prejudice and pride upon Nigeria's Ibo village in this analysis of the dialogue an...