Pride And Prejudice

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Jane Austen (Author), Harold Bloom (ed.) Illustrator: . Pride and Prejudice: (Viva Modern Critical Interpretations) Viva Books 2010 ISBN: 9788130906607

New Softcover . Jane AustinaEUR s Pride and Prejudice, perhaps her most recognizable work, is a story of manners, courtship, and marriage. Elizabeth Bennet, the witty heroine of the novel, is AustenaEUR s most vibrant and vital literary character. This updated volume presents a perceptive introduction by serries editor Harold Bloom and a collection of full- length essays by respected scholars that will enrich studentsaEUR views on this charming classic. "Rereading Pride and Prejudice gives one a sense of Proustian ballet beautifully working itself through in the novelaEUR s formal centerpiece, the deferred but progressive mutual enlightenment of Elizabeth and Darcy in regard to the otheraEUR s true nature. -Harold Bloom Austen demonstrates in Pride and Prejudice that one can have substance and sense without sacrificing playfulness and pleasure. -Emily Auerbach VIVA MODERN CRITICAL INTERPRETATIONS presents the best current criticism on the most widely read and studied poems, novels, and dramas of the Western world, from Oedipus Rex and The Iliad to such modern and contemporary works as Wiliam FaulkneraEUR s The Sound and the Fury and Don DeLilloaEUR s White Noise. Each volume opens with an introductory essay and editoraEUR s note by Harold Bloom and includes a bibliography, a chronology of the authoraEUR s life and works, and notes on the contributors. Taken together, VIVA MODERN CRITICAL INTERPRETATIONS provides a comprehensive critical guide to the most vital and influential works of the Western literary tradition. Contents: Introduction aEURc What Are Men to Rocks and Mountains? Pride and Prejudice - Stuart M. Tave aEURc Pride and Prejudice - Chirstopher Brooke aEURc "Not a Day Went by Without a Solitary Walk": ElizabethaEUR s Pastoral World - Mary Jane Curry aEURc The Oppositional Reader and Pride and Prejudice - Johanna M. Smith aEURc The Source of "Dramatized Consciousness": Richardson, Austen, and Stylistic Influence - Joe Bray aEURc The Double Meaning of Character - Alex Woloch aEURc Jane Austen and Elizabeth Bennet: the Limits of Irony - Carole Moses aEURc The Liveliness of Your Mind: Pride and Prejudice - Emily Auerbach aEURc Pride and Prejudice - Darryl Jones aEURc The Anxieties and "Felicities of Rapid Motion": Animated Ideology in Pride and Prejudice - Jillian Heydt-Stevenson aEURc Pride and Prejudice:"Lydia Gape" - Ashley Tauchert aEURc Chronology aEURc Contributors aEURc Bibliography aEURc Acknowledgments aEURc Index Printed Pages: 264. First edition

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Jibesh Bhattacharya Illustrator: . Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice (The Atlantic Critical Studies) Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd 2005 ISBN: 9788126905492

New Hardcover . Jams Austen (1775-1817) Jane Austen has been regarded by critics as the moot perfect artist in English fiction. George Saintsbury compared her to Shakespeare whose detachment and elusiveness she certainly shares. She was a truly great novelist of manners among the country gentry. Born in the family of a rector of Steventon in Hampshire, Jane Austen had her early education in Oxford and Reading. She started writing early in life. Between 1792 and 1798 she completed her first four novels, Lady Susan, First Impressions (later entitled Pride and Prejudice), Elinor and Marianne (later called Sense and Sensibility) and Northanger Abbey. Later she produced three more novels: Mansfield Park, Emma and Persuasion. She contracted tuberculosis and died tragically early at the age of 41. Although not recognized in her time, her popularity has increased, rather than faded, with the passing of years, which will be evident from the remark of F.R. Leavis: "Jane Austen inaugurated the great tradition of fiction." Pride and Prejudice was Jane AustenaEUR s first novel. She started writing it in 1797 under the title First Impressions. Later she revised it and it was published in 1813 under the title Pride and Prejudice. It is a novel mainly concerned with the problems of marriage. Four pairs, "Elizabeth and Darcy, Jane and Bingley, Charlotte and Collins, Lydia and Wickham are married on different considerations. The main 3tory concerns the first pair who are first separated because of their pride and prejudice and later reconciled and united as their misunderstandings are removed. This novel has been accepted as the masterpiece of the novelist having a superbly balanced plot-construction and a well-defined character development. Jane Austen here succeeded in wedding realism to a lively dialogue and evolved a witty narrative style to express in the most vital manner the story of a young girl and her love. Printed Pages: 190. .

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Jane Austen Illustrator: . Pride and Prejudice, Peacock/ Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. 2010 ISBN: 9788124800195

New Softcover . In the delightful social comedy of Pride and Prejudice (1813) Jane Austen delicately handles the problem of love and money in marriage where, in spite of many hurdles, eventually love triumphs over 'pride' and 'prejudice'. With a mild satiric tone Austen unfolds the growing romance between the Bennet daughters and the eligible young bachelors, but keeps the reader guessing, as much as the girls' mother and the neighbourhood, about the prospects of the tentative relationships. Elizabeth and Jane are the most delightful and the sweetest of the five Bennet sisters, but Jane's lover Mr Bingley has snobbish sisters and friends while Elizabeth's suitor Mr Darcy himself is proud of his lineage. How are the problems to be solved? Or, how does pride get humbled and prejudice dissolved? Every page is enjoyable for the mellowed humour, and fine narrative touches. Printed Pages: 336. First edition

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Jane Austen Illustrator: . Pride and Prejudice, Peacock/ Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. 2010 ISBN: 9788124801079

New Hardcover . In the delightful social comedy of Pride and Prejudice (1813) Jane Austen delicately handles the problem of love and money in marriage where, in spite of many hurdles, eventually love triumphs over 'pride' and 'prejudice'. With a mild satiric tone Austen unfolds the growing romance between the Bennet daughters and the eligible young bachelors, but keeps the reader guessing, as much as the girls' mother and the neighbourhood, about the prospects of the tentative relationships. Elizabeth and Jane are the most delightful and the sweetest of the five Bennet sisters, but Jane's lover Mr Bingley has snobbish sisters and friends while Elizabeth's suitor Mr Darcy himself is proud of his lineage. How are the problems to be solved? Or, how does pride get humbled and prejudice dissolved? Every page is enjoyable for the mellowed humour, and fine narrative touches Printed Pages: 336. First edition

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