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Jane Austens The Pride and the Prejudice was her masterwork that was written in the year 1813 She wrote this novel in her late thirties Many critics commented on Jane Austens novel The Pride and the Prejudice it was no surprise that many enjoyed this novel Sir Walter Scott stated that That lady referring to Jane had a way with describing the involvements and feelings and characters of ordinary life which is to me the most wonderful that I have ever met with Scott Another critic had much to say about Jane and her novel The Pride and the Prejudice His name is Francis Hovey Stoddard and he stated We can claim that this novel is not only an expression of a complete novel form it is not only an expression of a complete literary method it is also an embodiment of completed ideals Stoddard so he is saying that Jane Austen is a good writer because she makes sure that everything thing in the novel in complete so all my understand it Jane Austens book as you can see received great reviews due to the detail that she included in her novel Jane was able to go into detail so well because she lived like she wrote In other words she wrote about her experiences things that she saw and stories that she mad from the things that she had witnessed while living Some may have trouble understanding some of Janes views in her novel but its only because they might not understand what she lived though In order to fully understand the characters plot and setting of Jan Austens novel The Pride and the Prejudice it is necessary to explore the historical influences of the wars and the romanticism period during Janes life In Jane Austens novel The Pride and Prejudice there are several different characters that play big parts in the story There is an entire family that is introduced
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