Review: Pride and Prejudice

Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is a classic of English literature for good reason. The characters, especially Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy are quite well drawn. One of the best aspects of the novel is the vantage point from which it is written. 

The reader learns everything through Elizabeth Bennet’s point of view and sees the world through her prejudices. The point of view broadens as Elizabeth develops as a character and loses her prejudices, particularly against Mr. Darcy. 

Pride and Prejudice continues to be extremely popular and inspires many spin-offs including Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Its influence on English literature and its continued appearance in popular culture alone make it worth reading. 

Click here for a short biography of Jane Austen
Click here for my review of Pride and Prejudice the graphic novel
Click here for a post about Pride and Prejudice and the Bildungsroman Genre


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