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Love and Marriage in "Pride and Prejudice"

Summary: The themes of love and human relationships, told in a humorous vein, are key to understanding Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice."

Jane Austen was born into a family that consisted of boys apart from her elder sister who was two years older than her. The social status of the family was not unlike the Bennets in Pride and Prejudice, it was wealthy but it did not have the nobility or pride of the upper classes. There were many families like this in their hometown of Steventon but the Austens and their neighbours, the Digweeds, were the two principal family units. Jane learnt to play the piano, embroider and sing; these were the kind of abilities admired by Bingley. This suggests that Jane put a part of herself into the book, at times it would seem as though she was Elizabeth Bennet herself. Pride and Prejudice was published in 1813 and like her other works she remained anonymous to the world. She had no intention of...

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