9780393976045

Pride and Prejudice (Norton Critical Editions)

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    9780393976045

  • ISBN10:

    0393976041

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Textbook Paperback
  • Copyright: 10/17/2000
  • Publisher: W W NORTON
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Summary

The text of Pride and Prejudice is the 1813 first edition text.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
The Text of Pride and Prejudice
1(406)
Backgrounds and Sources
Biography
Biographical Notice of the Author
257(2)
Henry Austen
Beginning to Write
259(2)
J. E. Austen-Leigh
Jane Austen's Childhood
261(1)
Claire Tomalin
Prospects of Marriage
262(2)
William Austen-Leigh
Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh
Deirdre Le Faye
Bath and Southampton
264(3)
David Nokes
Last Years at Chawton
267(3)
Park Honan
Letters
To Cassandra Austen (9-10 January 1796)
270(1)
To Cassandra Austen (14-15 January 1796)
271(1)
To Cassandra Austen (18-19 December 1798)
271(1)
To Cassandra Austen (3-5 January 1801)
271(1)
To Cassandra Austen (12-13 May 1801)
272(1)
To Martha Lloyd (29-30 November 1812)
272(1)
To Cassandra Austen (29 January 1813)
273(1)
To Cassandra Austen (4 February 1813)
273(1)
To Francis Austen (3-6 July 1813)
274(1)
To Cassandra Austen (6-7 November 1813)
274(1)
To Anna Austen (10-18 August 1814)
275(1)
To Anna Austen (9-18 September 1814)
276(1)
To Fanny Knight (18-20 November 1814)
276(2)
To Fanny Knight (30 November 1814)
278(1)
To James Stanier Clarke (11 December 1815)
279(1)
To James Edward Austen (16-17 December 1816)
279(1)
To Fanny Knight (20-21 February 1817)
280(1)
Early Writing
From Love and Freindship
281(2)
From A Collection of Letters
283(6)
Criticism
Technique and Moral Effect in Jane Austen's Fiction
289(2)
Richard Whately
Miss Austen
291(2)
Margaret Oliphant
The Critical Faculty of Jane Austen
293(3)
Richard Simpson
``Regulated Hatred'': An Aspect in the Work of Jane Austen
296(3)
D. W. Harding
On Pride and Prejudice
299(7)
Dorothy Van Ghent
Pride and Prejudice: The Reconstitution of Society
306(9)
Alistair Duckworth
Limitations and Definitions
315(4)
Stuart Tave
Jane Austen and the War of Ideas: Pride and Prejudice
319(7)
Marilyn Butler
Waiting Together: Pride and Prejudice
326(12)
Nina Auerbach
Perception and Pride and Prejudice
338(10)
Susan Morgan
Pride and Prejudice and the Pursuit of Happiness
348(8)
Claudia L. Johnson
The Humiliation of Elizabeth Bennet
356(12)
Susan Fraiman
Circles of Support
368(8)
Deborah Kaplan
Getting the Whole Truth in Pride and Prejudice
376(8)
Tara Ghoshal Wallace
Darcy on Film
A Conversation with Colin Firth
384(5)
Sue Birtwhistle
Susie Conklin
Darcy in Action
389(3)
Cheryl L. Nixon
Class and Money
Interpreters of Jane Austen's Social World: Literary Critics and Historians
392(7)
David Spring
Radical Jane
399(4)
Edward Ahearn
A Note on Money
403(4)
Donald Gray
A Chronology 407(2)
Jane Austen
Selected Bibliography 409

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