Pride and Prejudice Study Guide Public

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This course covers the plot, themes, and characters of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.  Pride and Prejudice is a 19th Century text whish is popular in English Literature tests.   Along with a detailed account of the plot, this course also includes an accompanying plot analysis to discuss key elements of the text in order to fully understand the exam topics. You'll also find character analysis of Elizabeth Bennet, Jane Bennet, Mr Darcy, Mr Wickham and may more.

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When studying period novels in general, it is important to get a feel for the context of the times the novel is set in. Our revision course begins with some important contextual information regarding Jane Austen and the times she lived in.
Consider this the ultimate Pride and Prejudice plot summary revision note. We take you through all the main events of the story, with full analysis and explanation and the key quotes for each chapter too. A must have resource to know the novel.
Let us now take a more in-depth analysis of the main characters in Pride and Prejudice. These portrait notes explore the traits of the headline players, including Elizabeth and the rest of the Bennet family, Fitzwilliam Darcy, Bingley and Wickham.
Confused about all the relationships and interactions within the book? This chart maps out how the various players are linked by the end of the novel.
A common test question will relate to themes within the novel. This slide set explores the main themes that occur, starting with, of course, pride and prejudice.
Our Pride and Prejudice revision guide ends with a test of your knowledge. This quiz will examine all how well you know the plot, the characters, the background and even the main quotes. The ideal preparation for exams.


Test your knowledge of Jane Austen's classic novel with this engaging quiz. Includes questions on knowledge of characters such as the Bennets and Mr Darcy, questions about the plot and fill in the blanks questions on the important Pride and Prejudice quotes.
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