The more I see of the world, the more I am dissatisfied with itPride and Prejudice, Jane Austen
Novel: Pride and Prejudice
Published in: 1813
Genre: Classic, Regency
Author: Jane Austen
Miss Elizabeth Bennet, the second in the five daughters of the Bennet family was not such a great beauty as her elder sister Jane Bennet. When Lizzie’s mother finds that a wealthy man called Mr Bingley is to buy an estate in the country, she wishes to marry him to one of her daughters. To Mrs Bennet’s satisfaction Mr Bingley finds Jane admirable. And when Lizzie’s path crosses with Mr Darcy, (Mr Bingley’s friend and one of the wealthiest man) she finds him proud. Mr Darcy’s silence and pride form leads to several misconception between him and Elizabeth. Meanwhile, Elizabeth gets an offer to hand in marriage from her cousin Colin who would inherit her home after her father. when she refuses, Colin marries Lizzie’s friend, Charlotte. It was then George Wickham (ward of Mr Darcy’s father) enters the story. He fills Lizzie’s ear with some news of Mr Darcy and that turns her furious on him, raising her bad opinions against the friend of Mr Bingley.
Who does not yearn to read a Jane Austen novel? And, when it comes to Pride and Prejudice, I assure you to not to check your thoughts on reading it. The strong character of Elizabeth Bennet and the reserved manner of Mr Darcy would be sure to haul the readers to the story and it did to me as well. In a world which is filled with restrictions, Elizabeth Bennet would dare to exceed them.
If you are hidden in your own shell and hesitative on speaking your mind out, Elizabeth Bennet is a lady who you would like to look up to. Not only Elizabeth and Mr Darcy fascinated me, there are more such characters who would not let you shut the book. Jane Bennet’s sweet nature, Mr Bingley’s genuine comportment, Lydia Bennet’s adamant behaviour are some of the points for not regretting reading this. I have read all Jane Austen’s perfect novels and if someone asks me to choose one, I would not hesitate to name Pride and Prejudice. It deserves reading.
About the author:
Jane Austen (1775-1817)
Interested in stories, Jane Austen began her writing in notebooks. She was an accomplished dancer too. Her first book published was Sense and Sensibility which is popular among the readers. Pride and Prejudice was published in 1813 and it is her second novel. There are many Jane Austen novels which are a hit among the readers. Among them, Persuasion and Northanger Abbey are two books which was released in printed form after her death. Sanditon is a novel which was left unfinished because of her illness which lead her to leave the world . While Jane Austen’s books fascinated the readers, it was after her death, her brother Henry revealed that she was an author.