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Introduction There were two great novels about love and marriage coming into being in the 19th century ---- Pride and Prejudice and Jane Eyre which were written by Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte The two books give us two womens totally different concepts of love 11 The main content and background of Pride and Prejudice Pride and Prejudice is actually a love comedy which is filled with intelligence and humor The first sentence of the first chapter has already made the comedic tone of the whole novel IT IS A TRUTH universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife As a matter of fact the whole novel is based on this universally acknowledged truth When the Bennets are worried about the marriage of their five daughters single men in possession of a good fortune ---- Mr Bingley and Mr Darcy have come which gives them the hope However the hope has soon been broken The stupid one Mrs Bennet has been rattling off a list of complaints on Mr Bingley Then a dramatic scene appears The arrogant Mr Darcy sends his love message to Elizabeth the second daughter of the Bennet family but she treats him with her prejudice and refuses his courtship The matter has been in trouble again After various theatrical occurrences the story finally ends with comedy Elizabeth and Mr Darcy become a blest pair and Mr Bingley and Jane the eldest daughter also get married Pride and Prejudice shows us the common peoples lives and ideas in the villages and towns in England under the state of occlusive society in the early 19th century This novel like a painting expressing social amorous feelings not only had a great attraction to the readers at that time but also gives us a particular joy of art while reading it nowadays 12 The main content and background of Jane
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