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"Bridget Jones's Diary" Parallels with "Pride and Prejudice"

Summary: Obsession with finding a husband and mothers marrying off their daughters are themes found in both "Bridget Jones's Diary" by Helen Fielding and Jane Austen's novel "Pride and Prejudice."
To be single and 'running against time' is not the cocktail a woman in her thirties wants to be having. Instead, she should be at home with her 1.7 children and her career making husband to support the nuclear family, unfortunately this is not the case for Bridget Jones, who is not only struggling with time, but also with her pushy mother, who gives the word matchmaker an entirely new meaning. This essay seeks to explore the relationship between Bridget and her mother, and in terms of doing so, I will have to draw Bridget's life into focus, where themes such as single life, pressure and time will play an essential role to my interpretation and analysis of the text.

The main character Bridget Jones is a middle-aged woman with one humiliating problem: no man in her life. She is living life by...

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