Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen: A Critical Introduction

A critical introduction to "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen is suitable for students from high school up to university level as well as for the general reader. The

book offers a clear, in depth analysis of the novel and places the novel in the context of Austen's other works, analyzes the narrative voices, the manners of the times, marriage, and the importance of locations. The write shows how both Darcy and Elizabeth inadequate alone, complement each other.

Chapter One: Jane Austen: Novelist
Chapter Two: The Bennet Family
Chapter Three: Voices
Chapter Four: The Social Context
Chapter Five: A World of Manners
Chapter Six: Marriage
Chapter Seven: A Sense of Place
Chapter Eight: Jane and Mr. Bingley
Chapter Nine: The Education of Fitzwilliam Darcy
Chapter Ten: The Education of Elizabeth Bennet
Chapter Eleven: Conclusion
Appendix One: A Study Guide
Appendix Two: Meet the Real Jane Austen
Appendix Three: Guide to Further Reading