AHS English KS4: Pride and Prejudice
Terms in this set (20)
A person ruling a country when the king or queen is unable to rule because they are too ill
Property limited to certain heirs
The town to which the soldiers from Meryton are moved. Lydia follows the troops there and that is when she runs away with Wickham.
How William Lucas made his fortune.
Clergyman who stands to inherit Mr. Bennet's property
Best friend of Elizabeth who marries Mr. Collins after Elizabeth refuses to marry him
As opposed to Elizabeth's idealistic attitude towards marriage, Charlotte can be considered...
Can be used to describe Lydia
City in which the more wealthy characters 'winter.'
Distance from Longbourn to Netherfield
A piece of literature contained in or carried on by letters
free indirect discourse
Writing in which the inner thoughts of a character are presented directly in an otherwise third person narrative.
A work that targets human vices and follies or social institutions and conventions for reform or ridicule.
Original title of Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen publishes Pride and Prejudice
Lady Catherine de Bourgh
Who lives at the Rosings?
A person who gives financial or other support to a person, organisation, cause, or activity
Cousin and guardian of Georgiana Darcy
Anne de Bourgh
Daughter of Catherine de Bourgh, she is quiet and sickly. She is intended to marry Fitzwilliam Darcy.