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Reuben A Brower, "Light and Bright and Sparkling' Irony and Fiction in Pride and Prejudice,"' In his The Fields of Light, Oxford University Press, 1958

Laura Dabundo, "Jane Austen," in Concise Dictionary of British Literary Biography, Volume 3: Writers of the Romantic Period, 1789-1832, Gale, 1992

Donald J Gray, "Preface," in Jane Austen Pride and PreJudice, An Authoritative Text, Backgrounds, Reviews and Essays in Criticism, edited by Donald J Gray, Norton, 1966

Robert B. Hellman, "E pluribus unum' Parts and Whole in Pride and Prejudice,"' in Jane Austen- Bicentenary Essays, edited by John Halperin, Cambridge University Press, 1975 Elizabeth Jenkins, Jane Austen: A Biography, Gollancz, 1948

MarvIn Mudrick, "Irony as Discrimination Pride and Prejudice," in hIs Jane Austen Irony as Defense and Discovery, Princeton University Press, 1952.

Review of Pride and Prejudice, in British Critic, February, 1813, pp 189-90, reprinted in Jane Austen The Critical Heritage, edited and compiled by B. C Southam, Routledge, 1968.

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