RE: Pride and Prejudice, English research help: In which ways is Elizabeth different from
- In which ways is Elizabeth different from the rest of the Bennet family? What does the contrast reveal about her character?
- Overall, do you believe Austen has a conservative or radical approach to the issue of class? Why or why not?
- Explore Austen’s portrayal of the women in the novel. In what ways does she sympathize with their plight, and in what ways is she unsympathetic?
2. Overall, do you believe Austen has a conservative or radical approach to the issue of class? Why or why not?
Austen was belonged to “alt-right”. so it was rather radical approach. The “alt-right” – a movement of internet-savvy, far-right nationalists in the United States – likes to provoke. Its members gather online, exchanging extremist views on blogging platforms and message boards, sharing racist memes and trolling their ideological opponents on social media. “Conservatives and progressives have been fighting over how to read Austen’s fiction for a century and a half,” said Looser, who has been researching Austen’s connection to politics for her upcoming book, “The Making of Jane Austen.” But there are some liberal features of this novel. “Pride and Prejudice is a passionate novel which vindicates personal happiness as a liberal moral category”