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Q. 4. Critically examine Jane Austen’s use of humour and irony in Pride of Prejudice . ( Exam . 2014 ) Or , Critically comment on the use of humour and irony in Pride and Prejudice .

Q. 4. Critically examine Jane Austen’s use of humor and irony in Pride of Prejudice. ( Exam. 2014 ) Or, Critically comment on the use of humor and irony in Pride and Prejudice. Ans. The irony is the soul of Jane Austen’s comedy. It pervades every twist of the story of Pride and Prejudice. Jane

Q. 2. Sketch the character of either Elizabeth Bennett

  Q. 2. Sketch the character of either Elizabeth Bennett, ( Exam . 2014 ) Or, Sketch the character of Elizabeth Bennett. Ans. Elizabeth Bennet is the leading female character of the novel. ‘ Pride and Prejudice ‘, sketched by Jane Austen, the great female novelist, essayist, satirist and reviewer during the Victorian age in

Q. 3. Sketch the character of Jane

Q. 3. Sketch the character of Jane. ( Exam. 2014 ) Ans. Jane is the leading female character of the novel, ‘ Pride and Prejudice ‘ Written by Jane Austin, the great female novelist, thinker, and essayist of the 18th century in the English language and literature. She was like the pole – star and

Q.5 . Show that in Pride and Prejudice events follow each other logically and inevitably Or , Write an essay on Jane Austen’s skill in plot – construction

Q.5 . Show that in Pride and Prejudice events follow each other logically and inevitably Or , Write an essay on Jane Austen’s skill in plot – construction Ans . The plots of Austen’s novels especially that of ‘ Pride and Prejudice are well-knit, organic plots. There is very little in them that may be

Q. 8. Writes the character

  Q. 8. Writes the character of ( a ) Mr. Collins, ( b) Catherine de Bourgh and ( c ) Mr. Bennet and Ans. ( a ) Mr. Collins There is no character funnier in the novel than Mr. Collins. ” He is vastly stupid and Vastty funny. ” He was extremely foolish by

Q. 9. Explain – Jane Austen saw herself as a Critical observer , an interpreter of what actually goes on and she adopted the comic views as most illuminating as well as the one that appealed to her humour . “

  Q. 9. Explain – Jane Austen saw herself as a Critical observer, an interpreter of what actually goes on and she adopted the comic views as most illuminating as well as the one that appealed to her humor. “ Ans. Jane Austen had no theories of art, no moral or strong social prejudices, no

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