A few of my friends have been requesting on a discussion of how Jane Austen has emphasized on education in ‘Pride and Prejudice.’ While I do not venture to give a complete answer to this question in the short span of this post- I hope to give them some pointers to help them find their answers on their own. 1,593 more words
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A novel is very personal. It can capture an imagination. Take a reader on a journey. Influence thought. Be a friend, a comfort. Novels are wonderful things and throughout my life I have always had a overly keen interest in them. 490 more words
NOTE: THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED HERE: https://litreactor.com/columns/jane-austen-reviews-fifty-shades-of-grey-by-el-james.
As well as writing six novels on the subject of love and marriage, Jane Austen kept up regular correspondence with her family, including her niece, Fanny Knight, who once asked her for advice on whether she should marry for love. 1,273 more words
For those of you that don’t know, Lizzie is the main character of Jane Austen’s hugely influential novel, Pride and Prejudice. Often regarded as the quintessential romantic novel, Austen’s tale of the romantic misadventures of the Bennet sisters has been hugely influential on the modern romance novel, and several adaptations have been made in the two hundred or so years since it was published. 1,904 more words