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See Featured Authors Answering Questions. Answered Questions How do I understand the language in Pride and Prejudice? I'm 13 and we haven't studied it in school but I would like to read it for fun but I can't understand even the first page!
Can someone please help me out! Thomas Do you have a phone, Kindle, tablet, or anything that can read eBooks? I would recommend reading Pride and Prejudice as an eBook, because most eReader …more Do you have a phone, Kindle, tablet, or anything that can read eBooks? I think that being able to look up words and phrases immediately helped me to enjoy Pride and Prejudice and understand it well, unlike most of my classmates, who ended up hating it because they were frustrated with the writing.
I'm 14 years old and I read it this year so age shouldn't be a problem. As weird as this method sounds, it really worked and for me, has made reading classics fun rather than a chore.
Pride and Prejudice is legally free to download as an eBook, so why not give it a try? Whatever you choose to do, I hope that you enjoy Pride and Prejudice; it's such a great book : less. Can anyone please recommend other satires or comedies of manner? I enjoy Austen's sense of humor immensely.
Tanmay Tikekar Though not exactly a 'comedy of manner' per se, Catch is arguably the definitive work of satire. It's more biting than Austen and more serious than …more Though not exactly a 'comedy of manner' per se, Catch is arguably the definitive work of satire. It's more biting than Austen and more serious than Wilde, though. I love her writing and enjoy her sense of humor. Can you please suggest where can I buy her all books at low prices?
Allison since they are in the public domain, you can read them for free online. In eighth grade I read Wuthering Heights. I loathed it. I never touched a classic again. Until I saw the movie "Pride and Prejudice" and became obsessed with Austen. I love this novel; everything from her language to her authentic characters. It's so fresh and different from the Bronte sisters works. I want to read more of this! Joanna Cordova All of Austen's books should be and more importantly deserve to be read!!
They are my go to re-read time and time again. Of her remaining collection I …more All of Austen's books should be and more importantly deserve to be read!! Read the Good Earth by Pearl S. Don't give up on Charlotte Bronte because of Emily! If you read only one other you must read Jane Eyre!
Good luck! Is this book really that hard to read? I want to give this book a shot but the review below said it's really hard to read since this book classifies as a classic ones. And English is my second language. Can anyone help me to get through this?
Sarah Hi there! First of all, I want to say that I really admire your resolve to read this book. Here you are, a non-native speaker, attempting to read this …more Hi there! Here you are, a non-native speaker, attempting to read this book that many native speakers would balk at. You have guts, and I respect that. I'm going to really try to give the fullest answer I can to help you through this book, so forgive me if this gets lengthy. First thing's first: Pride and Prejudice is not that hard.
But it is challenging. I don't want you to get so discouraged by what others say that you don't even attempt the book.
Go for it. The best thing to do is try. And if you decide this book isn't for you, then that's completely fine! I'll list some alternative novels which are easier to read at the end of this answer. But if you do decide to power through Pride and Prejudice you're going to need some help, and there's no shame in that.
So here's a list of things that I strongly recommend you do. Download the Merriam-Webster dictionary app on your cell phone and keep it next to you while you read. Jane Austen used a higher level of vocabulary than we use today. A dictionary provides easy access to definitions which you might not understand. Buy an annotated meaning it has notes edition of Pride and Prejudice. I have the Barnes and Nobles annotated edition myself. Annotations will really help you understand the time period and social circumstances of the Edwardian Age.
These sites summarize chapters individually and offer awesome analyses which can really help you if you don't understand what's going on. It's really helpful to use these sites as a guide. Even I use them! I usually prefer Litcharts over Sparknotes. If you can, get a native English speaker to read it with you, or just answer your questions.
You don't really need to do this part, but it would be moderately beneficial. There may be times when you feel like you don't understand what is going on. That's okay. Just take a deep breath, read the part over once or twice, then move on. That's it, don't dwell on it. Use your resources: the dictionary, summary sites, etc. Remember, you got this.
It's okay if you think it's really hard. And it's perfectly fine to set the book down for a while. But I recommend at least trying to read a few chapters first before you decide. Good luck and happy reading! Load 5 more questions. Unanswered Questions Does someone agree that there could have been more character development around Darcy and Elizabeth?
Because she hated him for the whole book and then she hears one good word about him, and all of a sudden she 'loved him the whole time'? Doesn't seem realistic to me. I would have enjoyed a little less Lydia, and a little more Liz and Darcy! Who's with me? I love this book so much that I wrote my own book inspired by Pride and Prejudice Pride and Intentions. What do you think, is it possible for such a kind of love as between Elizabeth and Darcy to happen a couple of centuries later, for example in the s?
Should I read the book if I have already watched the series? Does anyone else feel as though both Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Darcy are exceptionally stubborn? Darcy refuses to display the love he has for Elizabeth, so he is cold towards her. But Elizabeth only encourages this attitude by equally being cold to him. Ask and answer questions about books! Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Büszkeség és balítélet
See the full list. See how director Joe Wright uses his signature tracking shots to set up a visual narrative for his films, including Atonement , The Soloist , and Hanna. Watch the video. Fledgling writer Briony Tallis, as a thirteen-year-old, irrevocably changes the course of several lives when she accuses her older sister's lover of a crime he did not commit. A poor yet passionate young man falls in love with a rich young woman, giving her a sense of freedom, but they are soon separated because of their social differences. Rich Mr. Dashwood dies, leaving his second wife and her three daughters poor by the rules of inheritance.
Büszkeség és balítélet (film, 2005)