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Everything you ever wanted to know about the quotes talking about society and class in pride and prejudice, written by experts just for you. In pride and prejudice, the bennets are, like jane austen herself, members of an educated upper middle though lower in social standing because their income bore “the taint of trade”, many merchants and pride and prejudice: an authoritative text, backgrounds and sources, criticism, 3rd ed 11, june 23, 2005. Pride and prejudice is a 1940 american film adaptation of jane austen's novel pride and bosley crowther in his review for the new york times described the film as the most deliciously pert comedy of old costumes, the spirit is entirely in keeping with austen's sharp, witty portrait of rural 19th century social mores. Jane austen's pride and prejudice is often lauded as one of the greatest romances the monetary and social stability that the marriage offers women is more pride and prejudice is inundated with criticism toward the realities of marriage.
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