Charles Dickens David Copperfield Novel

Charles Dickens : David Copperfield Novel Q. 1. Throw light on Dickens as a social reformer. Introduction : Primarily a story-teller and entertainer, Dickens could not remain blind to the social, political, economical and educational drawbacks of his day. He was naturally hurt; but he could not undertake the work of a social or political … Read more

FITZWILLIAM DARCY

FITZWILLIAM DARCY Introduction : Fitzwilliam Darcy is the hero of Pride and Prejudice. He is the owner of the Pemberley estate worth ten thousand pounds a year. He is twenty seven, tall, handsome and of majestic appearance. He is one of the complex characters in the novel. While comparing Bingley and Darcy, Jane Austen tells … Read more

LADY CATHERINE

LADY CATHERINE Her Pride : Lady Catherine is a tall, large woman with strongly-marked features, which might once have been handsome. She represents the aristocratic pride. She is so obsessed with self-importance that everybody around her seems to her infinitely inferior, both in social status and mental level. She is so accustomed to adulation and … Read more

Plot Construction

Plot Construction Jane Austen’s great skill lies in plot construction. Her skilfully constructed plots are really the highest object of artistic perfection. Her novels have an exactness of structure and symmetry form. All the incidents that are introduced have their particular meanings. Jane Austen’s plots are not simple but compound. They do not compromise barely … Read more

ELIZABETH BENNET

ELIZABETH BENNETHer Physical Charm : Elizabeth Bennet was the creator. Of all her heroines, Jane Austen liked Elizabeth Bennet most. During the last one century and a half, countless readers and critics have fallen in love with her. Elizabeth is certainly not as beautiful as Jane, still she is graceful and charming. There is something … Read more