Love And Love In Jane Austen's Love

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PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AS A DOMESTIC PLAY
Jane Austen had a limited range and it is commonly held that she was ignorant of the “great world” of history and poverty and royalty and that her ignorance dictated her choice of a domestic object.As the first great woman author in England . Jane Austen gave meaning to domesticity for the first time in English Fiction. Her novels are the first to assert the cultural significance of marriage and family their role in social and moral change.
Austen’s novels are basically alike in their representation of social life. Each makes domestic life its centre without losing faith in either providence or individual will, Austen’s conception of marriage is unique even though it reveals the influence of the predecessor.
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The interest of the novel does not lie in unfolding before the readers a wide panorama of social life or an medieval legends intensified by the element of supernaturalism, but it lies in unfolding the family life of Bennets, their relations within the family, their relations outside the family with other families compromising the social circumference. The novelist has taken up a family unit, has treated it and its life thematically and giving it abiding interest. Family issues have been raised up family problems discussed and family life has been displayed to the keen eye of eager eye of the reader. She is woman writer displaying feminine point of new regarding life and matters related to it. Even in the novel “Pride and Prejudice” the domestic life which has been treated it life of the women of the family interpolating…show more content…
Marriage was a very important domestic concern at that time and it has been treated with a great insight by Jane Austen in all her novels. The true moral life of Jane’s Austen society has its origin marriage. Jane Austen lived in a society where marriage occupied a very important place from the point of view of social and economic security for the woman in the family and society at large. It was the basis of domestic life in families, a family compromising of married couples be the parents , sons, daughter-in law or daughters and sons-in-laws. Marriage was a social concern of her time . As she never herself, but she was one of the marrying family. She was fully aware of the disadvantages of remaining single. Single woman have a dreadful propensity for being poor which is one very strong argument in favour of matrimony.( letter of Fanny knight) and it is this motive that is reflected by Charlotte when she gives Elizabeth reasons for accepting Mr. Collins, I am not romantic you know. I never was I ask only a comfortable home, and considering Mr. Collins character connections and situations in live . I am convinced that my chance of happiness of happiness with him is as fair, as most people can boast on entering the marriage state”. Charlotte, Jane Austen tells us bluntly, “without thinking highly either of man or
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