Orgullo y Prejuicio [NOOK Book]

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Orgullo y Prejuicio

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Overview

Nuestra editorial se especializa en publicar libros en español. Para otros títulos busque "Editorial Medi"
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013340077
  • Publisher: Editorial Medi
  • Publication date: 9/30/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 723,710
  • File size: 270 KB

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Jane Austen (Steventon, Inglaterra, 16 de diciembre de 1775 – Winchester, Inglaterra, 18 de julio de 1817) fue una destacada novelista británica que vivió durante el período de la regencia. La ironía que emplea para dotar de comicidad a sus novelas hace que Jane Austen sea contada entre los "clásicos" de la novela inglesa, a la vez que su recepción va, incluso en la actualidad, más allá del interés académico, siendo leídas por un público más amplio.1
Nació en la rectoría de Steventon (Hampshire). Su familia pertenecía a la burguesía agraria, contexto del que no salió y en el que sitúa todas sus obras, siempre en torno al matrimonio de su protagonista. La candidez de las obras de Austen, sin embargo, es meramente aparente; si bien pueden interpretarse de varias maneras. Los círculos académicos siempre han considerado a Austen como una escritora conservadora, mientras que la crítica feminista más actual apunta que en su obra puede apreciarse una novelización del pensamiento de Mary Wollstonecraft sobre la educación de la mujer.
Sus obras han sido llevadas al cine en diferentes ocasiones, algunas veces reproducidas de forma fiel, como el clásico Más fuerte que el orgullo de 1940 dirigido por Robert Z. Leonard y protagonizada por Greer Garson y Laurence Olivier y en otras haciendo adaptaciones a la época actual, como es el caso de Clueless, adaptación libre de Emma, o bien Sentido y sensibilidad, de 1995; Mansfield Park, de 2000, y las versiones de Bride and Prejudice (dirigida por Gurinder Chadha) en el 2004, y en el 2005 Orgullo y prejuicio (dirigida por Joe Wright), ambas basadas en la célebre Pride and Prejudice. El interés que la obra de Jane Austen sigue despertando hoy en día muestra la vigencia de su pensamiento y la influencia que ha tenido en la literatura posterior.
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