A Story Without Love: On Pride and Prejudice From the Feminism Perspective

Jingrui HUI


This paper analyzes Pride and Prejudice from the viewpoint of feminism. First, the paper deals with the relationship of young couples and concludes that the book only discusses marital relations between two sexes. The story has nothing to do with love or romance. Furthermore, the paper probes into the deep roots and points out that low social status of women is the main cause for the author to write such a book with cool and sarcastic attitude.


Pride and Prejudice; Women; Men; Marry

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Austen, J. (2012). Pride and prejudice. Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.

Showalter, E. (2004). A literature of their own: British women novelists from bronte to lessing (p.102). Beijing, China: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x


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