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  • Book Name: Pride and Prejudice 
  • Authors:  Jane Austen
  • Pages: 300
  • Genre: Fiction, Romance novel
  • Publish Date: 28 January 1813
  • Language: English

Book review:

Pride and Prejudice is a romantic novel which was published in 1813 1-3 it is a story of Elizabeth Bennet one of the five unmarried daughters of mr. and mrs. Bennet unfortunately mr. and mrs. Bennet 

didn't have any son moreover his property was entailed which means none of his daughters could possess his property and eventually it will go to mr. Collins now mr. Collins 

he is a clergyman known to be a purpose and an idiot but the thing is that he inherits mr. Bennet's property so Collins got attracted to mr. Bennet's daughters and what he did was he proposed to Elizabeth 

the result was she said no straightforwardly well well well this is not from where the story starts actually the story starts with the entry of mr. Bingley so mr. Bingley or Charles Bingley is an important character as he introduced 

mr. Darcy in the story because Fitzwilliam Darcy is his friend so what happened is that mr. Bennet brought his five daughter with him in a ball and there Elizabeth met mr. Darcy for the very first time 

their first meet didn't go well as Elizabeth found mr. Darcy to be very arrogant and obnoxious and the reason behind this was that mr. Darcy was not interested in dancing what kind of guy is this so whereas 

on the other side Charles Bingley found himself comfortable with Jane Bennet Jane Bennet is the eldest daughter of mr. and mrs. Bennet mostly you'll see Jane and Elizabeth in focus the other three daughters are present in the story but they are not much visible the story is about marriage

I mean having a partner and getting married and you will see all the girls are so crazy about choosing the guy of the dream but actually this story shows us a of different mindset of people for getting married like Elizabeth

wanted to maintain her pride in a relationship whereas Jane and mr. Bingley had a different opinion they were found to be in deep love and for them the words like Pride and Prejudice didn't matter at all 

so there is another character in the story Charlotte Lucas she is the friend of Elizabeth Bennet for her in marriage happiness is just a chance and economic stability is much more important so it's a kind of compromise love stories can never be easygoing right there comes 

a lot of ups and downs in the story and these ups and downs are presented by some antagonists and luckily this story have some talking about George Wickham he is a young good-looking militia officer he uses some tricks to put Darcy out of the league for getting near to Elizabeth 

he also did a lot of other things and you'll get to know that in the story so I won't reveal that the second character I want to talk about is Lady Catherine de Bourg she is I feel is the main antagonist of the story because she didn't like Elizabeth she didn't want Elizabeth to marry 

mr. Darcy you can't deny the fact that classics are the best it is really very important to read classic literature as it improves the vocabulary more than that it also improves the writing skills but talking about this book it's a bit hard it's totally written in British accent 

I would suggest you to read a little bit about the lifestyle and the culture of the people living in eighteenth-century there it might be helpful to you in some way I wish I have done that the book is kind of enjoyable 

but I found it a little extended and slow I started feeling a little boring before the entry of mr. Collins he was the one to put a twist in a story the author has beautifully explained the characters you won't find any difficulty in understanding the motive of a person all over the book is good 

I just felt some flaws so I shared it with you but don't read this book just for the kind of hype it's been given I don't feel it really the hype.

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