The Pride And Prejudice Movie And Book Comparison

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Set in the English countryside in a county roughly thirty miles from London, the novel opens with the Bennet family in Longbourn and their five unmarried daughters, but the Novel centres on Elizabeth Bennet, the second daughter of the five daughters of Mr. Bennet and Mrs. Bennet is desperate to see them married as she was their mother. The family itself is not as rich as those they interact with because they have no son, five daughters. Mrs. Bennet, she is concerned with finding suitable husbands for her five daughters that’s her task. Jane Bennet, the eldest daughter, is known by her kindness and beauty; Elizabeth Bennet shares her father 's keen repartee and she has a very good humor ; Mary is not pretty, but is diligent, passionate
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The Novel was published in the 18th century by Jane Austen, whereas the movie was realeased in 2005 by Joe Wright based on the novel by Jane Austen. It was a good adaptation of the novel and almost everything was the same. The Pride and Prejudice movie may not be as descriptive as the novel, but still shows major themes that should be represented from Jane Austen 's time. There are many differences between the novel and movie.
The difference between novel and their movies is that there is a lot lost in translations. If we talk about the movie which was released 2005, then the movie is quite different from the novel as movies are bit quicker than the novel’s. The movie eliminates some important characters, the movie also combined certain scenes into one. The movie is different to the times and manners of those times in which Jane Austen lived and the novel is published. The movie wasn’t exactly accurate to the novel. As there is a big generation gap between the novel and the movie, and the setting was modern than it was described in the book. The movie also lacks some supporting characters like Louisa Hurst, Mr. Hurst, Maria Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, the Gardiners ' children and some officers with townspeople, and they presented in novel. There are many things that are not described in the novel but are shown in the movie and that are described in the novel but not shown in the
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In the movie version we see a lot of visual effects being used, the different locations in which the movie was shot, the cast and crew that made the movie and the compactness of the entire novel into a two hour and seven minutes movie has made the movie more preferable option amongst larger crowed. The artistic liberty that Joe Wright has taken up in changing few scenes of the movie has done justice from the entertainment point of view but not the literature point of

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