Jane Austen Essay Topics

The Theme Of Marriage In Pride And Prejudice

Immediately from the outset of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice the theme of marriage is presented, “It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife” (1) and the question of whether this is indeed the case dominating a large part of… View Article

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Analysis

Introduction In the novel Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen identifies the key components of successful marriage – love, tolerance, affection and financial stability. The whole novel is written to underline the importance of marriage which shouldn’t be based on social status, wealth or affection of the youth. For her time the author was very radical… View Article

The Depths Of Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice: An Introduction             Pride and Prejudice is one of the popular works by Jane Austen[1], first published in the year 1813. The book is based on the general scenario of a rural society in the 19th Century England. While on one had it shows the greed of families to marry off their… View Article

Pride and Prejudice Narrative Techniques

The passage focuses on the conversation between Elizabeth and Jane days after they received news about the departure of the Bingleys and Darcy. In this essay, I will explore the themes, the narrative techniques used and the tone of the involved characters. Austen’s dramatic form of writing is an attractive feature of Pride and Prejudice…. View Article

Characterization of Lydia Bennet

In Pride and Prejudice, the character of Lydia Bennet is characterized as someone who is immature, critical, and foolish. Lydia is a young, spoiled teenager who is accustomed to getting what she wants and is a favorite of Mrs. Bennet. Through over-indulgence on the part of her mother and neglect on the part of her… View Article

Transformation: Emma & Clueless

Amy Heckerling transforms the many values and issues conveyed in Jane Austen’s Emma, set in the 18th century in Highbury to her teen pic film Clueless set in the 20th century, in a high school society. Both texts involve a protagonist, being Emma in Emma and Cher in Clueless who meddle with the relationships of… View Article

Mrs. and Mr. Bennet : Parenting in Pride and Prejudice

A thorough second reading of Pride and Prejudice compels the reader to view the novel with a different perspective. Besides being a novel of courtship and romance, it focuses on decorum of conduct. Pride and Prejudice is about consequences. Jane Austen introduces her characters to the reader through simple conversations, refraining from authorial comments and… View Article

Pride and Prejudice Personal Response

Jane Austen’s novel, Pride and Prejudice, is a great representation of how life in the 1800s would have been. Placement in society played a major role and most of her characters only did what society permitted them to do. The people who you were surrounded around either broke you or made you an influence on… View Article

Jane Austen’s View on Men: The Contrasts of the Gentlemen

What Brabourne has astutely perceived is not only Austen’s ability to tell extraordinary stories about ordinary people, but also her penchant of revealing, through her works, the various aspects of the nature and behaviour of men and women. Jane Austen is regarded as one of the leading novelists of her era. Some of her most… View Article

Sense and Sensability

Abstract: In this essay I discuss Jane Austen’s use of both neoclassical and sensibility writing styles, in attempt to define whether Sense and Sensibility is more a product of the 18th or 19thh century. After much research and deliberation I have discovered that as Austen utilizes the sisters to express both themes of neoclassicism and… View Article

Jane Austen’s Persuasion

Jane Austen is a successful classic romance novelist, one of her many novels is Persuasion, a novel that portrays love. She published six novels that all relate to the theme of love and marriage along with the consequences of making that important decision. While the novel Persuasion is romantically favourable, there are ideas presented about… View Article

My favourite book «Pride and prejudice» Jane Austen

I like reading very much. Books are the history and tastes of each era. Some of them hopelessly lost its charm, others – are relevant and are read with interest today. Every writer wanted to write for ages, but could he or no; it turns out in subsequent generations. I can say that I love… View Article

Analysis of Jane Austin’s Pride And Prejudice

Elizabeth’s and Darcy’s epithet (not literal but rather implied) of “Proud and Prejudiced” as the title of the book indicates, is clearly evident in the discourse and the use of pronouns found in extract “A” – chapter 10. Extract “B” – chapter 58, has an entirely different use of discourse and the “polarity of persons”… View Article

Role Of Minor Characters In Pride And Prejudice

The Role of Minor Characters in Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Perhaps the most striking part of Jane Austen’s novel Pride and Prejudice is her mastery of characters and the effects that each has on the plot, themes, and the other characters’ actions. Though her minor characters are much less visible than the major ones, she… View Article

Pride and Prejudice is considered a classic novel

Throughout high school, students are asked to read classic novels for book reports and essays. Many of them are unsure of what aspects a book must possess in order to be considered a true classic. Mostly, the majority of students are reluctant about reading these classic novels because they assume the novels will be lackluster… View Article