The book Pride and Prejudice is a beloved classic novel by British author Jane Austen. The tale is set in Regency Era and follows the complicated rules of engagement between men and women, upper and lower classes, and how quickly misconceptions and prejudice can interfere with true happiness.
Part of the charm of Jane Austen's writings is that everything is left so ambiguous! We know very little of when exactly the plot unfolds or what exactly all the characters look like. Instead, she leaves little clues in her works -- the date on a letter, the remark about fine eyes -- that make the reading a treasure hunt. No true reader can say they have discovered every one of these hidden clues on the first reading. No. To enjoy the character of Austen's work calls for multiple readings -- I recommend doing so with a warm cuppa and a biscuit.
Whether you're forced to read this wonderful novel for a class or whether you've read the book a hundred times and just want more information, I hope that For Pride and Prejudice is able to answer any questions you may have.
If you have any questions that have not been addressed, please feel free to reach out to me. I am not a professor or an award winning author. I'm just a fan (hopefully, like you) with a well worn annotated version of Pride and Prejudice with a penchant for helping others and an unhealthy addiction to all things Pride and Prejudice.
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