Progress in Pride and Prejudice

      Jane Austen (16 December 1775 – 18 July 1817) was a famous English novelist who has been earned a place as one of the most widely read and most beloved writers in English literature by her style of burlesque and irony. Many literacy critics have sung the praise of her novels both in moral and realistic aspects, they also love her way of describing characters’ personalities very truthfully and giving prominence in the simple prose. In fact, these styles brought all readers about a refresh change which was not available at that time at all. When the English literature was developed strongly in the beginnings of eighteenth century with the unrealistic romantic style of almost writers, Jane Austen’s writings created the new aspiration through building some prominent characters. She formed a humorous world of the English middle-class in her age. Then this started the trend of   “ Family Novels” which was concentrate to describe lifestyles and tension between the female characters and their society they were living. This characteristic of the writer’s style makes us partly feel that her novels are closer to our present world than the traditions of 18th century.
      Pride and Prejudice is one of the best Jane Austen’s works. Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice had a long and varied life before it finally saw publication on January 28, 1813. It was began writing   in 1796 and completed the initial draft in August 1797 when she was only 21 with the original title – First Impressions, as with all of her novels, Austen read the work aloud to her family as she was working on it. After that, her father wrote to London bookseller Thomas Cadell on November 1, 1797 to offer it for publication but it was rejected. Then her family relocated to Bath in 1801 and she gave up writing for almost five years after the deaths of both her father and a close friend in 1805. It was not ultil to 28 January of 1813, the novel was published and become her second published...