December 3, 2011
Dictionary.com defines conflict as to come into collision or disagreement; be contradictory, at variance, or in opposition (“Conflict”). Without conflict there would be no plot to the story. Conflict is very essential when it comes to a story. Without conflicts there would be no plot. There are multiple types of conflicts within the novel, Pride and Prejudice, which come along with several kinds like -man vs. man, man vs. self, and man vs. society. Jane Austen develops conflicts in her novels to give the story life and give us the readers something to be anxious and look forward to because conflict without any story there would be no plot.
Jane Austen was born was born December 16 1975 at Steventon, Hamspire, England near Basingstoke. She is the seventh child out of eight. She was the second daughter out of two. Her father who is Rev. George Austen was a clergyman of the Church of England and her mother wife Cassandra Leigh Austen who came from a higher social class but once she married her father in1764 (Jane Austen Biography). When they got married she entered a wholehearted and with humor into the domestic life and responsibility by managing a responsibilities of managing a household economy by no means luxurious, bearing eight children--six sons and two daughters (Jane Austen Biography). In 1783 Jane and her older sister Cassandra was sent to be taught by a Mrs. Cawley who is the sister of their uncles (Jane Austen Biography). She was mostly educated at home and never really been apart away from her family. She had a pretty happy childhood among all of her brothers. She and her brothers and sister would write and performed plays and charades to amuse themselves. She enjoyed going to numerous dances and parties that would take place in her neighborhood. When she was a little girl she was always encourage to write (“Jane Austen”). Jane Austen started writing at a very young age. She wrote her...