Analysis of the Feminism in Pride and Prejudice
- Darcy and Emma: Austen's Ironic Meditation on Gender. OVERMANN, LEEE // Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal;2009, Issue 31, p222
This piece examines the novels "Emma" and "Pride and Prejudice," by Jane Austen, arguing that the central characters and plot lines of "Emma" are essentially those of "Pride and Prejudice," retold from the character Mr. Darcy's point of view, but with the genders of the characters reversed (male...
- CHAPTER 39. Austen, Jane // Pride & Prejudice (ICON Group International, Inc.);2006, p237
Chapter 39 of the book "Pride & Prejudice," by Jane Austen is presented. It focuses on the gathering of the Bennet sisters in an inn located in Hertfordshire, England. It narrates that Kitty and Lydia Bennet had been above an hour in the place waiting for their sisters, visiting a milliner,...
- Jane Austen Fans Celebrate Bicentenary. // British Heritage;Jul2013, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p10
The article announces the bicentenary of the book "Pride and Prejudice," by Jane Austen, which was first published in 1813 by publisher Thomas Egerton.
- JANE AUSTEN, PEMBERLEY, AND CHATSWORTH. Smith, Muriel // Notes & Queries;Dec2005, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p451
An excerpt from the novel "Pride and Prejudice," by Jane Austen is presented.
- Two centuries later, Austen still matters. // CCPA Monitor;Dec2013/Jan2014, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p29
The article focuses on the success of the book "Pride and Prejudice," by Jane Austen which celebrates is bicentenary in 2013.
- Audio reivews. Adams, Michael; Annichiarico, Mark // Library Journal;11/1/1992, Vol. 117 Issue 18, p133
Reviews the sound recording `Pride and Prejudice,` by Jane Austen.
- Much Ado and Pride and Prejudice: Twin Characters and Parallel Plots. Pilkington, Ace G. // Quidditas;2011, Vol. 32, p214
Much Ado About Nothing and Pride and Prejudice are telling a similar story which centers on Beatrice and Benedick in the first case and Darcy and Elizabeth in the second. The article also argues that Jane Austen had Much Ado in mind while writing Pride and Prejudice, but this second proposition...
- ï¿½Speech Creaturesï¿½: New Men in Pamela and Pride and Prejudice. BOWLBY, RACHEL // Paragraph;Jul2009, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p240
This piece takes its cue from Malcolm Bowie's ï¿½speech creaturesï¿½, at once Aristotelian and psychoanalytic, to compare two forceful male characters in English novels who each make speeches proclaiming their own emotional reformation. Different as they are in other respects ï¿½ an...
- Jane Austen's heroines. Smiley, Jane // Victoria;May95, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p28
Describes novelist Jane Austen by examining the qualities of her heroines Elizabeth Bennet of `Pride and Prejudice,' Emma of `Emma,' and Anne Elliot of `Persuasion'. Critique on her novels; Author's remembrance of Austen's works.