The Annotated Pride and Prejudice: A Revised and Expanded Edition

This Revised and extended variation contains hundreds of latest notes and illustrations.

The first-ever absolutely annotated version of 1 of the main cherished novels on the planet is a sheer pride for Jane Austen enthusiasts. this is the total textual content of Pride and Prejudice with millions of annotations on dealing with pages, including:

 • Explanations of historic context

Rules of etiquette, category transformations, the location of girls, criminal and monetary realities, rest actions, and more.

 • Citations from Austen’s lifestyles, letters, and different writings

Parallels among the radical and Austen’s event are published, in addition to writings that remove darkness from her ideals and opinions.

 • Definitions and clarifications

Archaic phrases, phrases nonetheless in use whose meanings have replaced, and imprecise passages are explained.

 • Literary reviews and analyses

Insightful notes spotlight Austen’s artistry and indicate the sophisticated methods she develops her characters and themes.

 • Maps and illustrations

of locations and items pointed out within the novel.

 • An advent, a bibliography, and a close chronology of events

 Of path, you may benefit from the novel without knowing the best definition of a gentleman, or what it implies that a personality drives a trainer instead of a hack chaise, or the principles governing social interplay at a ball, yet readers of The Annotated delight and Prejudice will locate that these types of information upload immeasurably to realizing and having fun with the elaborate mental interaction of Austen’s immortal characters.

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We had one of these stable piece of enjoyable the opposite day at Colonel Forster’s. Kitty and me have been to spend the day there, and Mrs. Forster promised to have a bit dance within the night; (by the bye, Mrs. Forster and me are such neighbors! ) and so she requested the 2 Harringtons to come back, yet Harriet used to be ailing, and so Pen used to be pressured to come back through herself; after which, what do you think that we did? We dressed up Chamberlayne24 in woman’s outfits, on goal to cross for a lady,25—only imagine what enjoyable! 26 Nota soul knew of it, yet Col. and Mrs. Forster, and Kitty and me, other than my aunt, for we have been compelled to borrow one among her robes; and also you can't think how good he seemed! whilst Denny, and Wickham, and Pratt, and or 3 extra of the boys got here in, they didn't be aware of him the least bit. Lord! how I laughed! and so did Mrs. Forster. 27 i presumed I must have died. And that made the boys suspect anything, after which they quickly discovered what was once the problem. ” With such type of histories in their events and reliable jokes, did Lydia, assisted through Kitty’s tricks and additions, endeavour to amuse her partners the entire option to Longbourn. Elizabeth listened as low as she may perhaps, yet there has been no escaping the widespread point out of Wickham’s identify. Their reception at domestic used to be so much sort. Mrs. Bennet had a good time to work out Jane in undiminished attractiveness; and greater than as soon as in the course of dinner did Mr. Bennet say voluntarily28 to Elizabeth, “I am completely satisfied you're come again, Lizzy. ” Their occasion within the dining-room was once huge, for the majority the Lucases got here to satisfy Maria and listen to the scoop: and diverse have been the themes which occupied them; woman Lucas used to be enquiring of Maria around the desk, after the welfare and chicken of her eldest daughter; Mrs. Bennet was once doubly engaged, on one hand amassing an account of the current models from Jane, who sat a way less than her, and at the different, retailing29 all of them to the more youthful pass over Lucases; and Lydia, in a voice quite louder than the other person’s, was once enumerating many of the pleasures of the morning to any physique who may pay attention her. “Oh! Mary,” stated she, “I want you had long gone with us, for we had such enjoyable! as we went alongside, Kitty and me drew up the entire blinds,30 and pretended there has been no one within the trainer; and that i must have long past so all of the manner, if Kitty had now not been sick;31 and after we acquired to the George,32 I do imagine we behaved very handsomely, for we handled the opposite 3 with the nicest chilly luncheon33 on this planet, and for those who might have long past, we might have taken care of you too. after which once we got here away it used to be such enjoyable! i assumed we by no means must have obtained into the trainer. i used to be able to die of laughter. after which we have been so merry all of the means domestic! we talked and laughed so loud, that any physique may need heard us ten miles off! ” To this, Mary very gravely spoke back, “Far be it from me, my pricey sister, to depreciate such pleasures. they might without doubt be congenial with the generality of lady minds. 34 yet I confess they'd don't have any charms for me. I may still infinitely desire a e-book. ” yet of this resolution Lydia heard now not a be aware.

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