‘Pride and Prejudice’, the widely read novel of Jane Austen begins with a practical saying about the marriage of that time, introducing one of the major themes of the novel.
Love and Marriage, and, Pride and Prejudice go parallelly in the novel. The plot is set to move with the possibility of a prospective marriage and Mrs. Bennet’s worry about getting her daughters married well.
‘Pride and Prejudice’ was written during the Georgian era (1714–1837) into which Jane Austen was born into. It was a period of transition along with Britain’s constant warfare abroad.
A literary work, such as ‘Pride and Prejudice’, can be interpreted in multiple ways depending on the mood, prior knowledge, level of understanding, and perspective of the reader.
Jane Austen has a unique talent for characterization, especially in ‘Pride and Prejudice’.
‘Pride and Prejudice’, a romantic novel of manners, is a story of the two protagonists, taken over by their pride and prejudice.