Pride And Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice, which opens with one of the most famous sentences in English Literature, is an ironic novel of manners. In it the garrulous and empty-headed Mrs Bennet has only one aim - that of finding a good match for each of her five daughters. In this she is mocked by her cynical and indolent husband. With its wit, its social precision and, above all, its irresistible heroine, Pride and Prejudice has proved one of the most enduringly popular novels in the English language.
This CGP Text Guide contains everything you need to write top-grade essays about Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice'. It's suitable for all GCSE English exams, including the new ones starting in summer 2017. Inside, you'll find clear, thorough notes on the novel's context, plot, characters, themes and the writer's techniques - with quick questions, in-depth questions and exam-style questions included at the end of every section.
Pride and Prejudice: York Notes for GCSE (9-1)
This book contains the complete text of Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice', with insightful comments throughout for GCSE and A-level English students. There's plenty of space at the edge of the page to write your own notes. Plus there's a guide to all the key scenes and a character tree to help you keep track of who's who., A smaller, note-free edition which matches this study edition page-for-page is also available for exams (9781847624826).