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Pride and Prejudice Access Edition

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EMC Access Editions: Pride and Prejudice eBook (1-year license)
ISBN: 978-0-82197-546-6

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EMC Access Editions: Pride and Prejudice Access Edition
ISBN: 978-0-82191-621-6

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Author(s): Jane Austen

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EMC Access Editions: Pride and Prejudice Assessment Manual
ISBN: 978-0-82191-622-3

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Overview
Recommmended: High School; Challenging

“It is truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.”

So begins Jane Austen's delightfully ironic Pride and Prejudice, a novel that focuses on marriage and money. Jane Bennet, lovely and reserved, Mr. Bingley, charming but easily swayed—will love bring them together or will pride and deceit bar the door to their happiness? Elizabeth Bennet, spirited and quick to judge: who will win her hand—the proud and disdainful Mr. Darcy, the earnest and ridiculous Mr. Collins, or the charming and rakish Mr. Wickham? This complete study edition of Jane Austen's classic novel Pride and Prejudice includes history and information about the society of late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century England, a map, illustrations, questions, writing ideas, and projects to help you as you explore this story in which arrogance, bias, and conceit derail engagements and fragment general happiness.

Access Editions: A Novel Approach to Great Literature!

• Related readings, as well as historical and background information, build cross-curricular connections
• Friendly reading support ensures understanding and enjoyment
• Thought-provoking questions and activities invite students to connect their lives to those of the characters


Access Edition novels, plays, and nonfiction works develop the same reading strategies found in the Literature and the Language Arts textbooks.

• Guided Reading Questions guide students through the work by raising important issues in key passages.
• Footnotes explain obscure references, unusual usages, and terms meant to enter students’ passive vocabularies.
• Words for Everyday Use entries define and give pronunciations for difficult terms meant to enter students’ active vocabularies.


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Author Bio
Jane Austen once wrote to her niece “three or four Families in a Country Village is the very thing to work on.” Her advice should have been well received, for Austen herself had tremendous success with it. Austen, who was born in the Hampshire region of England, focused on the families of the gentry. Her novels portray characters of superior understanding or great folly who operate within a highly structured social world in which wealth, rank, and prestige are highly valued.