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Pride and Prejudice
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- Explanation of Important Quotations
- Author’s Historical Context
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Table of Contents
|Analysis of Major Characters||11|
|Jane Bennet and Charles Bingley||12|
|Themes, Motifs & Symbols||15|
|Summary & Analysis||19|
|Important Quotations Explained||51|
|Study Questions & Essay Topics||59|
|Suggested Essay Topics||62|
|Review & Resources||63|
|Suggestions for Further Reading||68|
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