A penetrating satire on the English landed gentry of Austen’s dayandone of the best-loved romances of all time, Pride and Prejudice is one of English literature’s most cherished novels
Pride and Prejudice follows the fortunes of the Bennet family, in the heart of rural Hertfordshire, especially the witty and vivacious Elizabeth Bennet and her dealings with the arrogant Mr. Darcy.
A penetrating satire on the English landed gentry of Austen’s dayandone of the best-loved romances of all time, Pride and Prejudice is one of English literature’s most cherished novels.
About the Author
Jane Austen was born in 1775 at Steventon in Hampshire, the seventh of eight children. Her career began at the age of fifteen with her first work, Love and Friendship.
Known primarily as a writer of romance, Austen’s mastery of the art of narration, sharp wit and scathing social commentary led to her becoming, after her death, one of the best known English novelists in history.
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