GROUP MEMBERS• Syed Basit Abbas• Abdul Wasee• Abdul Wasey Sheraz• Fawad Hashmi• Waseem Akram
CONTENTS• Introduction (Novel)• Introduction (Auther)• All Character’s in Novel• Bennet’s Family• Mrs.Bennet Relationship• Mrs.Bennet Character• Conclusion
Introduction of Novel• Pride and Prejudice is a novel by JANEAUSTEN, first published inside 1813. To date,the book has sold some 20 million copiesworldwide.
Jane Austen• “It is a Truth universallyacknowledges, that a singleman is possession of agood Fortune, must be inwant of a Wife”.JANE AUSTEN
INTROUCTION• Jane Austen, Born in 1775Hampshire, England, is one ofthe most highly celebratedauthors of the Victorian era ofBritish Literature• . Austen draws a portrait of theclassic, comedic Victorianfamily like none other.
Her Novels• Sense and Sensibility (published 1811)• Pride and Prejudice (1813)• Mansfield Park (1814)• Emma (1815)• Northanger Abbey (1818) posthumous• Persuasion (1818) posthumous
MRS. Bennet Family• Mr. Bennet• Mrs. Bennet• Jane Bennet• Elizbeth Bennet• Mary Bennet• Lydia Bennet• Kitty Bennet
Other CharaCter’s• Charles Bingley• Caroline Bingley (snobbish sister ofMr.Bingley)• Mr.Darcy• Georgeana Darcy (sister of Mr.Darcy)• William Collins• George Wickham• Lady Catherine de Bourgh
Mrs.BEnnet Relationship• Mrs. Bennet is the wife of her social superiorMr. Bennet and mother of Five beautiful Girlsnamed;• Jane• Elizabeth• Mary,• Lydia & Kitty.• Edward Gardiner is Mrs.Bennets brother.
Mrs. BENNET CHARACTERShe is frivolous, excitable, and narrow-minded,and she imagines herself susceptible to attacksof tremors and palpitations. Her public mannersand social climbing are embarrassing to Janeand Elizabeth. Her favourite daughter is theyoungest, Lydia, who reminds her of herselfwhen younger. Her main ambition in life is tomarry her daughters off well.
CONCLUSION• Mrs.Bennet is a miraculously tiresome character.Noisy and foolish, she is a woman consumed bythe desire to see her daughters married andseems to care for nothing else in the world.Ironically, her single-minded pursuit of this goaltends to backfire, as her lack of social gracesalienates the very people (Darcy and Bingley)whom she tries desperately to attract. Austenuses her continually to highlight the necessity ofmarriage foryoung women.