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Pride & Prejudice

Grade 11 ISU
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Tatheer Ali

on 4 June 2010

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Transcript of Pride & Prejudice

Pride &
Prejudice hope you enjoyed

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for listening 19th Century Marriage love? Rejection was NOT an option
Age ?
Elopement = DISGRACE what if you never marry? Qualifications WHY? in order to increase her, and her family’s social and financial ranking socially desirable
provide a home
respectability
long term stability Pride &
Prejudice
special shout outs to Alex and Ryan for showing me how to work the website,
P lot revolves around the
life of the Bennet family
and their day to day struggles
with marriage, money, and men... "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife..." A tmosphere light comical tangible sarcastic C haraters The Bennets Mrs. Bennet Elizabeth Kitty Mr. Bennet Mary Lydia Jane Darcy & Bingley Caroline Louisa Hurst Mr. Collins Old Mr. Darcy Lady Anne Darcy Lady Lucas Georgiana Lady Catherine Anne de Bourgh. Colonel Fitzwilliam Mr. Gardiner Mrs. Gardiner Sir William Charlotte Maria Old Mr. Wickham Wickham Mrs. Annesley Captain Carter Mr. Chamberlayne Dawson Mr. Denny Colonel Forster Miss Grantley William Goulding Haggerston The Harringtons Mrs. Hill Mr. Hurst Mrs. Jenkinson Mr. Jones Miss Mary King Mrs. Long Lady Metcalfe Mr. Morris Mrs. Nicholls Mr. Philips Miss Pope Mr. Pratt Miss Pope Mr. Robinson Mrs. Reynolds Mr. Stone Miss Watson Miss Webbs Mrs. Younge Minor Charaters Very Minor Charaters S T heme etting class marriage reputation Hertfordshire Netherfield Park Longbourn Lucas Lodge Meryton Derbyshire Pemberley Lambton Kympton Bakewell Chatsworth Dovedale The Peaks Northumberland The Lake District Newcastle Oxfordshire Oxford Blenheim Warwickshire Kenilworth Birmingham Warwick Ramsgate Kent Rosings & Hunsford Sussex Brighton London Cheapside Epsom Bromley Grosvenor Street England's Counties - 1800's $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? $1000 Name one character who was the central charater, Elizabeth's CONDIFANTE? Hint: It's Elizabeth's oldest sister Jane Bennet What is the name of the town the Bennet's live in? Hint:
a)London
b)Hertfordshire
c)Derbyshire b)Hertfordshire What is the name of the central charater? Hint:
a) Elizabeth
b) Mrs. Bennet
c) Jane a) Elizabeth ?-?-?-?-?-?-?-?-?-?-jeopardy time-?-?-?-?-?-?-?-?-?-? The novel's plot revolves around the theme of jealousy. True or False? False. Lights...Camera...Action! Bibliography Who ends up marrying Mr. Collins? Hint:
a) Elizabeth
b) Charlotte
c) Jane b) Charlotte Hint:
a) four
b) seven
c) five c) five How many daughters do Mr. and Mrs. Bennet have? Affection is desirable. Money is absolutely indispensable! "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife..." aesthetics A Woman'sReputation easier kept then recovered ABSOLUTE IMPORTANCE don'ts loud
flirty
talkative
opinionated Family Name = Reputation includes relations kept five pay the price for one's mistakes if one sister eloped it would reflect on the entire family Upper MIDDLE lower honour lies in a persons lineage metaphysics value theory Austen, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. London: T. Egerton, Whitehall, 1813.

"Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen". Pemberley. April 23 2010 <http://www.pemberley.com/janeinfo/pridprej.html>.

"Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen". Austen.com. April 17 2010 <http://www.austen.com/pride/>.
Jane Austen 16 December, 1775 seventh child of the Rev. George Austen educated at Oxford and later a boarding school in Reading close to elder sister Cassandra novels are a reflection of her outlook on life Jane died in 1816, aged only 41 died of Addison’s disease features in a list: 50 women who changed the world Fun Facts Pride and Prejudice was orginally intitled First Impressions Jane Austen never married, but did have a short flirtation with James Lefroy the relationship betweeen Elizabeth and Jane was taken from her own life, with her sister Cassandra and herslef Analysis By: Tatheer Ali January 28, 1813
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