Pride and Prejudice PDF Download By Jane Austen

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 Name of Book

Pride and Prejudice

Name of Author

Jane Austen

 Language of Book

 English

 Size of Book

  28 MB

Total Pages 

 512

Category of Book

Romance, Fiction


Brief Description of Pride and Prejudice Book:-

Pride and Prejudice is an 1813 heartfelt novel of habits by Jane Austen. The novel follows the personal recovery of the book's powerful protagonist, Elizabeth Bennet, who explores the consequences of hasty decisions and comes to see the value of the contrast between shallow goodness and real goodness. Its humor is rooted in its legal depiction of habits, schooling, marriage, and cash during Regency times in England. Pride and Prejudice have shown credibly close to the highest point in the system of "most-loved books" among abstract researchers and the discerning public. It has become one of the best-known books in English writing, having sold over 20 million copies, and has inspired many subordinates in current writing. For more than a century, emotional diversions, reprints, unofficial spin-offs, films, and forms of TV's Pride and Prejudice have featured novel characters and themes that largely interact with the crowd. Experience the ventures of the Bennet sisters as they confront the uncomfortable issues of habits, social class, family, and relationships in the masses that depend on people. A story not only depicts the inconsistent idea of ​​pride and prejudice but also Austen's exemplary past and paints a distinctive picture of the woman as a citizen. Austen's Immortal Heartfelt Exemplary follows the existence of five Bennet sisters who live in an era where a favorable marriage and social status are considered crucial for any woman with the proper potential for success in life. Set at the turn of the nineteenth century, Pride and Prejudice attained an idealized influence not only at a time when women were socially and economically subordinated exclusively to their marital status but also at the time of the edification and observance of the French Revolution. In too.


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