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age of Austen when she wrote her first novel
19
name of first novel
Sense and Sensibility
age when wrot P and P
2o
original title of P and P
First Impressions
Name of hometown
Steventon
sister's name
Cassandra
why father tutored
to make enough money to support family
how she was cared for since never married
support herself through sucess of books
father's profession
minister
subjects has studied:
reading, writing, mathe needleworks, art, and etiquette
relate brother to novel
in navy, became Admiral militia represents her brother
year born
1775
how people spent evenings
sit around fire, women mending, people reading aloud, wealthy give dances, town hall dances
professions "in trade"
people who must work and earn money, doctors, lawyers
names of novels
Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Predjudice, Mansfield Park, Emma
Jane's and Bingley's psychological motivation
marry for love
Charolette's psychological motivation
marry for security
Mr/Mrs Bennet's psychological motivation
to get daughters married
point of view
3rd person omniscent from external observer into Elizabeth and Darcy's thoughts
Realism
Mrs. Bennet, Lizzy, Darcy
Idealism
Bingley and Jane
fatalism
Mr. Bennet, Charlotte
feminism
Mary, Lizzy
climaxes
both of Darcy's proposals
types of relatonships
boyfriend/girlfriend
husband/wife
sisters
best friends
themes
marriage
manners
relationships
priviledge and responsibility
gentry
Lady Catherine, Darcy
how marriage historically based
keeping estate in the family, inheritance and entail- leagal device to keep property from being broken up, to male descendant
novel as shakepearean comedy
-uneasing wooings
-balancing characters around theme of love
-final revelations
-reconciliations
-happy ending
use of understatement
collins
novel's style
short sentences, few adverbs and adjectives
form and structure
divided into main plot ( lizzy and darcy) and 3 subplots (BIngley and Jane, Lydia and Wickham, Charolette and Collins)
satire of marriage
bingley, wickham, the Bennets
symbolism of Pemberly
wealth and aristocracy
priviledge and responsibility
darcy is priviledge with money and takes it upon himself to clean up Lydia's elopment
characters in trade
Lucas, Bingley, Philips, Gardiners
Manners
he may live in my memory
realism
the more i see of the world
verbal irony
let wickham be your man
protocol
caroline did not return my visit
manners
but i will endeavor
dramatic irony
she is all affitability and condensation
verbal irony
i like her appearance
manners
i am less than suprised
manners
lady catherin will not think less of you
entail
your father's state is entailed
manners
how wonderful is it that many families
feminism
with three younger sisters
dramatic irony
there are few people in England
dramatic irony
Mrs. Collins has no instrument
social custom
I had not at the time the honor of knowing
climax (1st)
Darcy's proposal
manners
could you think i would rejoice in the inferiority
manners
from the very begining, from the first moment
reason why darcy told bingley not to pursue jane
her indifference
importance of Mrs. Young
gets revenge on Darcy and Georgiana
Miss King
woman who Wickham pursues for money
dramatic irony
but i am particularly attached
social customs
young women should always be properly
idealism
poor wickham, there is such a goodness in his expression
advice Lizzy gives to Mr. Bennet
don't let Lydia go to Brighton
Mr. Bennet's response
Lydia will see her unimportance
Why bennets get married
he liked her looks and humor