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by Claudia Durst Johnson

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0737742593
Author:
Claudia Durst Johnson
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English
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Greenhaven Press (September 26, 2008)
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Class Conflict in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice (Social Issues in Literature). McAleer shows that Austen believes that levels of moral behavior are reinforced by the traditional class system. 0737742585 (ISBN13: 9780737742589). What is to be repudiated is not the system but the individuals in the ranks of society who have dispensed with the high morals expected of their rank. 64) "By telling Darcy that he has not conducted himself as a gentleman, Elizabeth opens his eyes to his moral failings.

Jane Austen’s heroine Elizabeth Bennet was a middle class gentleman’s.

Jane Austen’s heroine Elizabeth Bennet was a middle class gentleman’s daughter and hero Fitzwilliam Darcy was from the upper-class landed gentry. Ever wonder why only the rumor of their engagement provoked Lady Catherine to say Are the shades of Pemberley to be thus polluted?, and what it all meant?

Issues of Class in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. These books feature essays reprinted from a variety of sources. Each volume is arranged in three sections, with writings exploring the author's biography, a textual issue, and views on that issue

Issues of Class in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. by Claudia Durst Johnson. Each volume is arranged in three sections, with writings exploring the author's biography, a textual issue, and views on that issue.

Throughout Pride and Prejudice, Austen writes about the effects that class have on marriage, and . Austen’s own experiences of family interference and class discrimination are reflected in Elizabeth and Darcy’s relationship through the use of the meddling, aristocratic Lady Catherine.

Throughout Pride and Prejudice, Austen writes about the effects that class have on marriage, and marriage on class. The situations that Austen creates in her novel, Pride and Prejudice are reflections of her own life. The characters exist under a distinctive hierarchal class system and are governed by a set of values and expectation that are placed upon conduct and mannerisms, challenged by Elizabeth and by Austen.

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Presents essays that examine class issues in "Pride and Prejudice," including levels of rank, social restrictions .

Presents essays that examine class issues in "Pride and Prejudice," including levels of rank, social restrictions, male power, and marriages that cross class lines. Offering in-depth examination of Austen’s presentation of social issues, the book expands and explains her descriptions of characters and their place in society’s classes of the time. For example, the essays in one chapter offer the reader opportunity to see both the similarities and differences between Austen’s time and contemporary America.

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Presents essays that examine class issues in "Pride and Prejudice," including levels of rank, social restrictions, male power, and marriages that cross class lines.