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Essay | Analysis of Chapter 11 of "Pride and Prejudice"

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Analysis of Chapter 11 of "Pride and Prejudice"

Summary: The reader understands the characters in Chapter 11 of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" by the focalizing of the Elizabeth Bennett character. Narrative voice and dialogue are the two main ways Austin reveals the characters in her novel.
Chapter 11 of "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen opens with two lines from the third person, or omniscient narrator, who is focalizing through Elizabeth Bennett. Focalizing, meaning that it is the narrator's voice that speaks, but we see through the eyes of the characters, gives us the chance to understand the characters without direct dialogue. By telling us that Elizabeth was 'growing more angry but trying to compose herself' (Pride and Prejudice, p148) you start to understand that something important must have happened in order to have affected Elizabeth in such a profound way. You can also begin to empathise with Elizabeth, and justify her anger as Mr Darcy has asked her to marry him, although he has more or less said that she is not worthy of the question.

Dialogue then begins from Elizabeth to Mr Darcy. Dialogue is used to reveal...

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