This timeless classic of gossip and matchmaking is presented as exquisite drama that questions and analyses the values and beliefs of Austen's own times, to understand the "blind, partial, prejudiced, absurd" world of the text.
What the critics say
"A wealth of useful material." (Times Educational Supplement)
"Refreshing¿ clear and lively¿ a stimulating study aid." (Sunday Times)
"Impressive teaching and study aid." (SNIP Magazine)
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Not the Complete Story
I have 6 or so SmartPass Shakespeare works. Those have the complete story with and without analysis. This is not like that. This one uses vignettes of the story to support the analysis and that’s all.