Pride and Prejudice help with homework: There are basically no effective parents

  1. There are basically no effective parents in the novel, or at least none that we see. How would the novel change if there were? Who would benefit from a parent’s intervention? Who wouldn’t?
  2. There are a lot of siblings in the novel. What do the minor-character siblings reveal about the more major character they are related to? What do the sibling relationships tell us about families in the novel?
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