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Summary

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen was one of the most popular novels of its day, and it continues to be so, with many film and small-screen adaptations. In this series we examine all the key aspects that you will need to know and understand for GCSE English Literature, ranging from its context, major themes, character analysis and all the different chapters. The penultimate chapter examines some of the most pertinent quotations, including "it is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife", which gives a clue to the type of book it is. Written by Jan Heron, an English teacher of many years' experience and an exam board examiner who knows what is required to achieve good grades. The chapters in this series are as follows.

  • Introduction to Pride and Prejudice
  • Context of Pride and Prejudice
  • Main Characters of Pride and Prejudice - Elizabeth
  • Main Characters of Pride and Prejudice - Darcy
  • Main Characters of Pride and Prejudice - Bingley & Jane
  • Main Characters of Pride and Prejudice - Wickham & Lydia
  • Minor Characters of Pride and Prejudice - Charlotte & Mr Collins
  • Minor Characters of Pride and Prejudice - Mr & Mrs Bennet, Mary, Kitty
  • Minor Characters of Pride and Prejudice - The Gardiners
  • Minor Characters of Pride and Prejudice - Lady Catherine, Colonel Fitzwilliam
  • Overview of major themes of Pride and Prejudice
  • Analysis of Chapters 1-2
  • Analysis of Chapters 3-5
  • Analysis of Chapters 6-8
  • Analysis of Chapters 9-11
  • Analysis of Chapters 12-15
  • Analysis of Chapters 16-20
  • Analysis of Chapters 21-27
  • Analysis of Chapters 28-34
  • Analysis of Chapters 35-40
  • Analysis of Chapters 41-43
  • Analysis of Chapters 44-50
  • Analysis of Chapters 51-55
  • Analysis of Chapters 56-61
  • Key Quotations of Pride and Prejudice
  • Answering the Exam Question

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