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Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice (Bloom's Notes) e-book

Author:

Harold Bloom

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

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1374 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Chelsea House Pub (T) (June 1996)

Pages:

96

ISBN:

0791036944

Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice (Bloom's Notes) e-book

by Harold Bloom


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Using a novel's ability to be enjoyed upon being reread as a barometer, Harold Bloom states that Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice "can rival any novel ever written." Along with a collection of some of the best criticism available on her work, this text includes a brief biography of the author, structural and thematic analysis, an index of themes and ideas, and more. This series is edited by Harold Bloom, Sterling Professor of the Humanities, Yale University; Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Professor of English, New York University Graduate School. These texts are the ideal aid for all students of literature, presenting concise, easy-to-understand biographical, critical, and bibliographical information on a specific literary work. Also provided are multiple sources for book reports and term papers with a wealth of information on literary works, authors, and major characters.
Onetarieva
I think that this story was very well-written and extremely interesting. The tension between Mr. Darcy and Ms. Bennett give the book enough suspense to hold the reader's attention while the other characters unfold the plot around them. Very entertaining and involving for the reader.
Saithi
A masterpiece. I consider this to be the authors finest piece. The only fault I found were the lenghty descriptions and at times the story lagged as is true to the time period. Elizabeth Bennet proved to be a worthy charature as well as Mr. Darcy. They were both very interesting charactures and in the end I felt as to kow them. I was much surprised to find out about Mr. Wickhams charature, he was not what I had thought him to be.
Yozshujind
Even though I usually shy away from anything labeled 'romantic'. What a great novel! I am on my second copy due to an unfortunate bathing accident. Jane is witty, smart and her writing never gets tiresome. Wherever you are Jane, thank you!
Hatе&love
I think this book is great. I just read it to do a book report on it (i'm in junior hi) and didn't expect to like it. I thought the way it was written would be more like anna karenina or something. I read it and totally loved it. I have seen both the A&E movie version and the BBC one. I thought both were great. I loved Darcy and Elizabeth. The ending leaves so many possibilities to be thought of. If you didn't like this book, guy from NY, why bother to write a page on it?
Manris
I love this book! I saw the movie first (and I agree with the reader from Connecticut that Colin Firth is fine), and I was amazed at how closely the movie followed the book. I love the book because it has a really good plot and it is easy to understand the characters' feelings. It is a little hard to understand the way of talking, but it gets easier the more you let yourself get into the language. I would recommend this book for anybody.

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