Pride and Prejudice Form, Structure, Language and Context.

To get a top grade for english you have to talk about language, form, structure and context. Here are examples of what you might mention about each section.

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  • Pride and Prejudice
    • Language
      • Satire
      • Irony
        • "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife"
          • Satire
      • Humor
        • "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife"
        • Whitty Comments
          • "are the shades of Pemberley  to be thus polluted"
        • Lizzy is Jane Austen's mouthpiece
        • Dialogue
          • e.g. Mr Collins is overly formal
      • Form
        • elements of an epistolary novel
        • Realistic novel
        • Novel, with readers
      • Structure
        • 3 volumes
          • V1= introduction of characters and setting
          • V2= development with climaxes
          • V3= resolution
        • Chapters
        • Chronological  structure
        • Mini climactic moments at the end of each volume
      • Context
        • Regency period
          • conventions
          • girls had to be accomplished
          • Gender inequality
          • Marriage outside classes

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