Pride and Prejudice Jane Austin by Prof. Harold Bloom


Pride and Prejudice Jane Austin by Prof. Harold Bloom

Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice , perhaps her most recognizable work, is a story of manners, courtship, and marriage in 18th- and 19th-century England. Elizabeth Bennet, the witty heroine of the novel, is Austen's most vibrant and vital literary character. This updated volume presents a perceptive introduction by series editor Harold Bloom and an eclectic collection of full-length essays by respected scholars that will enrich students' academic views on this charming classic.


Each essay is well-defined and laboriously researched, and each opinion is defended within its context...The book is a useful tool for students needing to examine the themes and context of Tolkien's work.

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Prof. Harold Bloom
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Publication date

15th June 2007



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