Pride and Prejudice


Pride and Prejudice. Jane Austen. Her novels. About the novel origins. The Title. Setting. Major/minor protagonist/antagonist dynamic/static round/flat. Structure. Narrator. Conflicts. Stylistic devices which were used in the novel (Semantic). Stylistic devices which were used in the novel( Syntactic). The themes. The Message.


A book review English Philology Study Year 3 Group 1.

Bennets: Mr. And Mrs. Bennet Jane Elizabeth Marry Katherine Lydia Fitzwilliam Darcy Georgiana Darcy Charles Bingley Caroline Bingley George Wickham  Mr. Collins Charlotte Lucas Lady Catherine de Bourgh .

Conventional: The exposition – Introduction; the ball; prejudice. The rising action –invitation; visiting Jane; Mr. Collins; Wickham; proposal; another ball; Mr. Collins’ marriage; Bingley; separating. The climax – Proposal; rejection; letter; recognition. The falling action –Pemberley; love; Lydia. The resolution - Lydia’s marriage; Bingley and Jane; Darcy and Elizabeth.

Story is written in third-person narrator’s point of view (Ominiscient). Chronological narration.

Stylistic devices which were used in the novel (Semantic).

Stylistic devices which were used in the novel( Syntactic).

Love Marriage Wealth Reputation (disgrace) Class (middle and upper classes) Family Women Pride Prejudice.

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