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Author: Jane Austen; Donald J Gray
Publisher: New York, Norton ©1966.
Series: A Norton critical edition; Norton critical edition.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Domestic fiction
Love stories
Fiction
Named Person: Jane Austen
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jane Austen; Donald J Gray
ISBN: 0393096688 9780393096682
OCLC Number: 855736
Notes: "Text ... is that established by R.W. Chapman and published in volume II of the third edition of The novels of Jane Austen ... 1932."
Description: xi, 450 pages 22 cm.
Contents: Preface --
The Text of Pride and prejudice --
Backgrounds --
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] --
Biography --
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.
Series Title: A Norton critical edition; Norton critical edition.
Responsibility: Jane Austen; edited by Donald J. Gray.

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