Jane Austen 's Pride And Prejudice

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Jane Austen’s novels are known for not only being enthralling but also as characteristic of British society in the nineteenth century. Her novels present a compelling view on the historical, psychological, and sociological issues woven into the plots that are ironic and, farce, and versatile characters. One of Jane Austen’s most appreciated novels Pride and Prejudice illustrates the topic that I will explore in my extended essay, which is the male domain versus the female one. In order to address my question- How does social status and gender bias influence life decisions and perceptions of the world in Austen’s Pride and Prejudice?- I will investigate and reveal the specific views of both gender’s worlds as offered by Austen in comparison to the established ones from Nineteenth Century England. The social status and genders of the characters influence their lives in all aspects, from determining their perceptions of the world to limiting their potentials in life decisions.
My research does not just outline the role of social rank and gender in Nineteenth Century England; it also includes widely accepted knowledge about intellectual differences between the genders and their interpersonal relationships. Furthermore, my essay will include unique insight into the life of the nineteenth century English characters portrayed in the novel. My essay is organized by increasing social status, wealth, and gender. The shifts in the main characters’ lives, such as Elizabeth

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