A woman in a marriage was about presentation, to be beautiful and accomplished- to not embarrass the husband. It concludes the stratum situation and economic relationships in Britain in her era. At the first ball, Jane has a good impression of Bingley, and it is the same to Bingley.
Theme: The novel — Published: 15 May Professor John Mullan explores the romantic, social and economic considerations that precede marriage in the novels of Jane Austen. Readers become invested in the lives of the Bennet sisters who are constantly dreaming of relationships.
Indeed, the book is the representative of the society in Britain in the late 18th century and the early 19th century.
Born in a clerical family and educated strictly, Jane Austen created six novels and three unfinished stories, during just 42 peaceful years, and was considered to be a prolific writer.
Similarly with Mr Darcy, he disregarded his embarrassment and preconceptions and confessed his love for Elizabeth. Next to fairytales, Jane Austen books like Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, and Persuasion, appear to the masses as romantic novels where the female protagonist gets happily married in the end to someone she loves.
Austen relishes the equally disastrous proposals of Mr Collins and Mr Darcy.
The Writing Background of Pride and Prejudice As a most well-known female writer in the history of English literature, was born in Steventon on December 16, She expresses everything that Austen wants to express.
Actually, Elizabeth is on behalf of Jane Austen. Marriage for women is represented as their ultimate goal in life, because it was impossible to live independently- especially the women who belonged to the genteel class.
Jane and Bingley Jane was the oldest of Mr.