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Jane Austen's sparkling and witty novels continue to entrance readers today as proven by the rapturous reception given the many film and TV adaptations of her work Pride and Prejudice Austen's most well loved story tells of Lizzy Bennet and her five sis The Complete Illustrated Novels of Jane Austen Volume 1 includes the books; Pride and Prejudice Mansfield Park and Persuasion I have always been curious about the works of Jane Austen and have been recommended her by numerous people I began this book with very high expectations as I know that they are all classics and are loved by manyPride and Prejudice I had a hard time making a positive connection with the characters in this story I found myself annoyed by many of them especially Miss Bingley There were times I was confused as to who was speaking and thought that the conversations dwindled on and on Most of the plot moved along so slowly that I had a hard time keeping any interest in it This was especially true during the dialogues between Elizabeth and Mr Darcy I had to force myself to continue reading in hopes that it would get interesting It wasn’t until nearly half way through the story that I began to connect with Elizabeth Although Mr Darcy did somewhat redeem himself in the end I didn’t find him to be as amazing as he is portrayed to be in popular culture which was a let down I had hoped that he would be the type of character that I would remember and fall for so to speak All in all I was very disappointed in Pride and Prejudice Mansfield ParkAfter reading the Pride and Prejudice I now have an understanding of Jane Austen’s writing style Unlike Pride and Prejudice I have not heard very much about Mansfield Park so I did not know what to expect However after not being thrilled by the first book I must admit my hopes weren’t very high for this one either I found the plot for Mansfield Park to move along and get to its point faster than I expected Early on in this story I found that there was very little character development in terms of the personalities of the main characters I found myself wishing for of this and physical descriptions of the characters Although I found the main character Fanny to be uite dull she was the underdog and I was rooting for her happiness Throughout the story I couldn’t help but wonder if being raised at Mansfield hindered Fanny’s development rather than helped it Had she stayed with her family she might not have been the timid anxious young woman she was I found that the story of Mansfield Park kept my interest than that of Pride and Prejudice however I didn’t have an overly strong connection with any of the characters Persuasion Persuasion is the third and final story in this book and is another that I knew little about prior to reading it After somewhat enjoying Mansfield Park I had some hopes of enjoying Persuasion as well However I found the plot to be somewhat bland It wasn’t until the final chapters of this story that I began to make somewhat of a connection with Anne Again like in the previous two books I found that the character development lacked It wasn’t until near the end that I felt as if I was starting to get to know the main character Anne I didn’t find the characters in this story to be nearly as annoying as those of the previous two books which was a positive change I found this book to be the uickest read out of the three and possibly the one that kept my interest the mostIt took me uite a while longer to complete this book than I had hoped After reading Pride and Prejudice I couldn’t seem to force myself to read the other two stories straight through so I read other books in between I had hoped that I would enjoy these classics but was very disappointed Perhaps my expectations were far too high and I just didn’t connect with the style of writing Needless to say I won’t be rushing out to read any of Jane Austen’s novels

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Jane Austen Hy Fanny win him from the outgoing and charming Miss Crawford? Persuasion Austen's last final novel explores the conseuences of giving in to the opinions of others rather than following one's own heart Delightfully illustrated with delicate line drawing I really savoured this piece of a novel Austen’s keen annotation of 19th century English society—checked with almost pure officious and ostentatious civility—and its foundation tempered with her wit and satirical tastes is just too good for me So seldom was I in a torrent of emotions—at times frivolous at times vehement—as this Her fashion in relating Mr Darcy’s self struggles with his feelings towards Elizabeth and her reluctance as to acknowledge it was such as to elevate my fancy Pride And Prejudice is akin to a fenced garden filled with delicate roses but with a closer scrutinizing comes into view menial shrubs and rotten florasIt recounts the story of the Bennet family with Mrs Bennet’s chase of accomplishments for all her five daughters set in a backdrop of the landed gentry It is followed through Elizabeth’s second to the siblings lively opinionated point of viewI would further venture to allude that Pride And Prejudice candidly refers to Mr Darcy and Elizabeth respectively The former’s forbearance as it appeared to Lizzy is all that is marked with pride and self conceit which may well be credited to the latter’s prejudices and misapprehensions Moreover the amorous and romantic theme of Pride And Prejudice may not be as violent as that of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights or as tragic as Shakespeare’s Romeo And Juliet but is of the same if not superior remarkable uality

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Ebook ´ Jane Austen ã 832 pages Download ¿ Jane austen à Jane Austen's sparkling and witty novels continue to entrance readers today as proven by the rapturous reception given the many film and TV adaptations of her work Pride and Prejudice Austen's most well loved story tells of Lizzy Bennet and her Ters as they search for true love a love Lizzy nearly loses because of pride Fanny of Mansfield Park comes to live with her aunt and uncle in their elegant mansion But she finds herself both out of place and in love with her handsome cousin Edmund Can s A full review can be found here