International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 10, Part H (2015)
Love and Marriage is Fundamental Problem of the Human life in Jane Austen’s Novels: Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility
The Victorian Period begins with the traditions that have so many aspects in common. The period covered by the present chapter is that of the middle and later stages of the eighteenth century. Jane Austen’s, the daughter of Hampshire clergyman was born at Stevenson. She was an English novelist whose work of romantic fiction. Austen wrote as women about women. Her first novel was Pride and Prejudice. It is a set primarily in the country of Hertfordshire. The Bennet families are living a calm and quiet life in Longbourn. With the arrival of Mr. Bingley and his friend Mr. Darcy and later enter in the story a clergyman Mr. Collins and officer of Mr. Wickham. Mrs. Bennet finds herself surrounded by possible matches for her daughters. Mr. Bingley find himself attached to Jane while Darcy turns out to be the perfect husband for Elizabeth and Mr. Wickham, the villain of it, finally has to be settle for Lydia, the youngest of the girls. Elizabeth has an uncomplicated, funny and witty in nature; he is rather snobbish proud and reserved: Almost both of them meet and ends up the quarrel. She hates and teases him frankly. She realizes that Mr. Darcy, willing to forgive her. Finally got married and live happily ever after. The Second novel of Austen’s Sense and Sensibility is about two sisters had different characters Marianne believed in Sensibility and eager in everything. On the other hand Elinor Professes had an excellent heart, mutual attachment has developed between Edward Ferras, the brother of Mrs. John Dashwood. Marianne happens to meet Willoughby, cousin, Mrs. Smith. Suddenly he leaves for London and Marianne takes the departure very sentimentally. At the time Lucy elopes with Robert. Thus hearing Edward free to Marry Elinor. Jane Austen’s plots through fundamentally comic, highlight the dependence of women on marriage to secure social standing and economic security. She considers love and marriage to be fundamental problem of the human life.
How to cite this article:
Vitthal V Parab. Love and Marriage is Fundamental Problem of the Human life in Jane Austen’s Novels: Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(10):557-562.