Pride and Prejudice

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Title: Pride and Prejudice

Author: Jane Austen

Translator: Elham Rahmani

Publisher: Sky Science

Subject: English stories

Age category: Adult

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 480

Language: Farsi

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Pride and Prejudice is one of Jane Austen’s most famous works, which according to the Guardian newspaper is one of the top 100 works in the world, and its story is so famous that it has been made many times in Hollywood and Bollywood.

In the novel “Pride and Prejudice”, a story is formed about the Bennett family, who have five daughters. With two wealthy young men named Mr. Bingley and his friend Mr. Darcy coming to their neighborhood, Ms. Bennett hopes her daughters will get married and get organized.

Jane, the family’s eldest daughter, falls in love with Mr. Bingley, but her lively sister Elizabeth hates Mr. Darcy because of her arrogance and isolation. It is from the affluent and urban class,
The two gradually realize good moral qualities, and as they increase their knowledge and awareness of each other, they themselves become more complete with positive and good changes in their insights and personalities, and a real love is created between the two, and in the meantime, things happen that Jane and Mr. Bingley fall apart and …
Summary of Pride and Prejudice text:
Bingley had great confidence in Darcy’s judgment and opinions, and Darcy was better at understanding him. Although Bingley seemed perfectly perfect, Darcy was smarter and at the same time arrogant, restrained, and troubled. Darcy was polite, but his demeanor was not good, and in this respect, his friend was completely superior to him.

Pride and Prejudice is a classic romance by the famous English writer Jane Austen. His story in a beautiful and modern body is the turning point of English literature from eighteenth century neoclassicism to nineteenth century romanticism.
Along with the excellent characterization, details and delicacy of the relationships that he brings in his novel, he was able to awaken the real feelings and romantic desires of every reader in the joy and despair of love. Now I understand how much love is hidden in the layers of pride and prejudice, and we unknowingly create an ugly and violent world without realizing it.

Shortly afterwards, the family’s youngest daughter, Lydia, runs away with Wickham. This scandal can ruin the reputation of other sisters. When Elizabeth tells Darcy about it, Darcy convinces Wickham with money to marry Lydia. Despite Darcy’s efforts to keep the case a secret, Elizabeth learns of her actions towards her youngest sister.
At Darcy’s urging, Bingley returns to Naderfield and marries Jane. Eventually, Elizabeth, realizing the inner reality of Darcy, her kind heart, responds positively to her request for marriage.

The main characters of the romance novel Pride and Prejudice
Elizabeth Bennett – The main character of the romance novel Pride and Prejudice. Mr. Bennett’s second daughter is the most intelligent and sensible of the five sisters. Eventually he overcomes his initial prejudice against Mr. Darcy.

Mr. Darcy is a wealthy gentleman and nephew of Catherine Deborg. Although Darcy is very intelligent and honest, he has too much pride in his lower social class. Throughout the novel, he learns to admire and love Elizabeth for her strong character.

Jane Bennett – The eldest and most beautiful daughter of the Bennett family. Jane is more talkative and a little shy than Elizabeth.
Charles Bingley – Mr. Darcy’s rich, gentle and kind best friend, whose passionate nature is quite at odds with Darcy.

Mr. Bennett – The father of the Bennett family, a middle-income gentleman with five single daughters. Mr. Bennett has a sense of humor.

Mrs. Bennett – Mr. Bennett, the wife of an ignorant and noisy woman whose only purpose in life is to marry her daughters.

George Wickham – A handsome, handsome military officer who initially appeals to Elizabeth, but whose true nature is finally revealed.

Lydia Bennett – The youngest daughter of the Bennett family is immature and selfish. Unlike Elizabeth, Lydia recklessly throws herself into a love affair with Wickham.

Mr. Collins – An arrogant priest who wants to inherit Mr. Bennett’s property. Mr. Collins’s personal social status is not something to be respected.

Mrs. Bingley – is the big sister of Charles Bingley, who tries in vain to get Darcy’s attention, which is why she plots a plot. (It was his job to thank Jane Darcy for watering down Jane and Charles Bingley)
Mrs. Catherine Deborg – Darcy’s aunt and wealthy gentleman who supports Mr. Collins. Throughout the story, he despises Elizabeth for her mediocre class with Darcy.

Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner – Mrs. Bennett’s brother and his wife. They have a sense of caring for the daughters of the Bennett family, it must even be said that they are better parents to the daughters.

Charlotte Lucas – Elizabeth’s dear friend, who is 6 years older than her. Charlotte does not consider love to be the most important part of marriage.

Georgiana Darcy – Very nice, but a little shy, Mr. Darcy. He is very good at playing the piano.
Mary Bennett is the third daughter of the Bennett family, who talks a lot about books and is very detailed.

Katherine Bennett is the last daughter of the family, who is highly regarded by soldiers and officers.

Pride and Prejudice movies
The cinematic adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, directed by Joe Wright, is based on the famous novel Pride and Prejudice by English author Jane Austen. English actress Knightley has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role by Hollywood for her role in the film.
Synopsis: The film is about a young and intelligent woman from a relatively average family with special interests named Elizabeth Bennett and a rich and proud man named Darcy and their love for each other.

An interest that is overshadowed by the behavior and social status of each and sometimes seems to hate each other. Darcy’s arrogant behavior that is unbearable for Elizabeth does not last long and Darcy is forced to put aside his false pride and express his love for Elizabeth.

Sentences from the book Pride and Prejudice
Seeing no reason for Elizabeth to continue this uncertainty, Elizabeth dared to walk with Mr. Darcy again as soon as she left. Now it was time to implement his decision. He dared himself and said: Mr. Darcy, I am a completely selfish person.

To calm my feelings, I do not think that your feelings may be hurt. I can not help but thank you for the extraordinary love you have shown me for my poor sister.

Ever since I found out, I have always wanted to tell you how grateful I am. If the rest of the family knew, I would not be the only one thanking them now.
Darcy replied excitedly and in surprise: “I’m sorry, I’m very sorry that you are aware of something that, if not conveyed to you correctly, will probably upset you.”
I never thought Ms. Gardiner would be so unreliable. My uncle’s wife is not to blame. Lydia’s distraction made me realize that you were involved. Well, I could not rest until the details were clear to me. Let me thank you many times.

Thank you on behalf of all my family members, for your vision and love for your hard work and perseverance in finding them.

Critique of the romance novel Pride and Prejudice
The novel “Pride and Prejudice”, known in Iran as Pride and Prejudice, is the work of Jane Austen, a classic English writer, published in England in 1813. This is Jane Austen’s second published novel, following the success of her first novel, Sense and Sensitivity.

Pride and Prejudice were accepted by the general public and over time became one of the best novels in world literature.

The novel was considered Austin’s fame as a writer, although none of his novels were initially published directly under his name. Writing was not a good profession for a woman, so Jane Austen’s first novel, “By a Lady,” was published. But in later novels, Austin published books under his own name.
Pride and Prejudice became one of the most popular English-language novels of all time. While some critics have argued that the book lacks realism, others welcome the novel’s feminist discourse on women’s education and financial dependence.

Although arrogance and prejudice have been criticized for the lack of a historical background, the presence of its characters in a social bubble that seldom permeates events beyond it is an accurate picture of the enclosed social world in which Austin lived.

One of the most famous lines of literature is the opening of the subject of marriage as the most important social concern of Britain at that time, which Jane Austen describes well.
In addition, the claim that a rich man should look for a woman shows how important and serious it has been for women to marry rich men. At the time of Austin, women had no other means of support.
Austin’s writing style was often and widely imitated by writers. He has used the style of “free indirect discourse” to tell his story. Although the narrator is not portrayed directly, it can be said that these are Elizabeth’s ideas, which are in stark contrast to the third-person narrative style. The narrator’s tendency to present Elizabeth’s views as conclusive allows the reader to mistakenly accept Wickham as trusting and judging Darcy as much as Elizabeth wants.

Elizabeth’s authority to flow the story and free indirect discourse allows Austin to examine the thoughts of other characters. Although the narrator focuses mainly on Elizabeth’s experiences and opinions, Austin’s choice of perspective and writing style makes the characters morally well-constructed and their relationship to the world around them.

About Jane Austen
Jane Austen was born on December 16, 1775 in Stevenson, England. He was the seventh child in a large family of eight children. Jane was very close to her sister Cassandra, she was still her best friend for life. Jane’s parents encouraged their children to learn and write, which inspired Jane’s future endeavors. He was an avid writer and published his first book around 1787.

After her father died in 1805, Jane moved with her family. His writing style was well received by his readers and they expected other novels from him. Although his physical health was in danger in early 1816, Austin continued to write even toward the end of his life.

When his condition worsened, he was taken to Winchester for treatment, where he died in the arms of his sister at the age of 41.

Other works by Jane Austen
Sense and Emotion (1811)

Mansfield Park (1814)

Emma (1815)

Northnger Abbey (1818)

Persuasion (1818)

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Classic

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