Pride and Prejudice (Annotated)


Pride and Prejudice (Annotated)

This is the Annotated Version of the Original Book. We had annotated it by adding 40% to 60% Long and Comprehensive Summary in the end of the book in Red font. Here is the Brief Description of the book.

“Pride and Prejudice” is a classic novel written by Jane Austen, first published in 1813. Set in early 19th-century England, the novel explores the themes of love, class, and societal expectations. The story revolves around the headstrong and witty Elizabeth Bennet and the proud and initially aloof Mr. Darcy.

The plot unfolds as Elizabeth navigates the social challenges of her time, including the pressure to marry well. The novel is known for its sharp social commentary and satire, as Austen skillfully exposes the manners and hypocrisies of the upper class. At its core, “Pride and Prejudice” is a love story, but it is also a critique of the rigid social structure of the time, where marriage was often a means of securing financial stability and social standing.

Austen’s writing is characterized by her keen observations, wit, and humor, making “Pride and Prejudice” a timeless and enduring work of literature. The novel has been adapted into numerous films, television series, and stage productions, attesting to its enduring popularity and cultural significance.

We are giving the annotated version of this book at much discount as a promotional activity.


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