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York Notes Advanced: Pride and Prejudice | Jekkle Textbooks | Zookal Textbooks
  • Author(s) Jane Austen
  • Edition
  • Published1st June 2004
  • PublisherPearson Education UK
  • ISBN9780582823068
Everything you need to know about Pride and Prejudice to succeed in your A Level or undergraduate studies.

With the widest coverage and a wealth of practical content, York Notes Advanced: Pride and Prejudice provides the ultimate guide to Austen’s most popular novel, whether you are an A Level student or an undergraduate. Inside, you’ll find detailed chapter summaries and extended commentaries, along with analysis of key characters and themes, including ‘Marriage and love’ and ‘Money and self-interest’. In-depth exploration of narrative techniques and language guide you towards an excellent understanding of the text, while overviews of key critical responses help you to develop your own ideas

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  • Author(s) Jane Austen
  • Edition
  • Published1st June 2004
  • PublisherPearson Education UK
  • ISBN9780582823068
Everything you need to know about Pride and Prejudice to succeed in your A Level or undergraduate studies.

With the widest coverage and a wealth of practical content, York Notes Advanced: Pride and Prejudice provides the ultimate guide to Austen’s most popular novel, whether you are an A Level student or an undergraduate. Inside, you’ll find detailed chapter summaries and extended commentaries, along with analysis of key characters and themes, including ‘Marriage and love’ and ‘Money and self-interest’. In-depth exploration of narrative techniques and language guide you towards an excellent understanding of the text, while overviews of key critical responses help you to develop your own ideas

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