|提及的人：||Elizabeth Bennet, (Fictitious character); Fitzwilliam Darcy, (Fictitious character); Jane Austen|
Jane Austen; Donald J Gray
|注意：||"Text ... is that established by R.W. Chapman and published in volume II of the third edition of The novels of Jane Austen ... 1932."|
|描述：||xi, 450 pages 22 cm.|
The Text of Pride and prejudice --
From Jane Austen's Juvenilia --
From Jack and Alice --
From A collection of letters : letter the third --
From Catharine --
From Jane Austen's letters --
To Cassandra Austen : [on Pride and prejudice] --
To Anna Austen : [on the writing of fiction] --
To J. Edward Austen : [on the character of her fiction] --
To Fanny Knight : [on love and courtship] --
The Composition of Pride and prejudice --
Chronology of Pride and prejudice / R.W. Chapman --
[Pride and prejudice and Jane Austen's early reading and writing] --
Biographical notice of the author / Henry Austen --
Reviews and essays in criticism --
The British critic --
The Critical review --
[Techniques and moral effect in Jane Austen's fiction] / Richard Whately --
[The character and popularity of Jane Austen's fiction] --
The Novels of Jane Austen / George Henry Lewes --
[Jane Austen as ironist and moralist] / Richard Simpson --
[Jane Austen as moralist and humorist] / A.C. Bradley --
[Truth, reality, and good sense in Jane Austen] / Reginald Farrer --
[The narrative art of Pride and prejudice] / Mary lascelles --
Jane Austen's Pride and prejudice in the eighteenth-century mode / Samuel Kliger --
On Pride and prejudice / Dorothy Van Ghent --
Light and bright and sparkling : irony and fiction in Pride and prejudice / Reuben A. Brower --
Irony as discrimination : Pride and prejudice / Marvin Mudrick --
[Feeling and complexity in Pride and prejudice] / Andrew H. Wright --
Dialog and feeling : a note on Pride and prejudice / Howard S. Babb --
Narrative perspective in Pride and prejudice / E.M. Halliday --
[The marriage of antitheses : structure and style in Pride and prejudice] / A. Walton Litz.
|丛书名：||Norton critical edition.|
|责任：||Jane Austen; edited by Donald J. Gray.|
The story of Elizabeth Bennet and how she deals with the manners, morality, education, marriage issues, and customs of the gentry in early 19th century England. Central to the story is Elizabeth's relationship with the wealthy and unmarried Fitzwilliam Darcy, as well as with her sisters. This novel remains Austen's most popular and has had numerous film and stage adaptations.
- Bennet, Elizabeth -- (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
- Darcy, Fitzwilliam -- (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
- England -- Fiction.
- Social classes -- Fiction.
- Young women -- Fiction.
- Courtship -- Fiction.
- Sisters -- Fiction.
- Austen, Jane, -- 1775-1817. -- Pride and prejudice.
- Pride and prejudice (Austen)