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Pride and Prejudice: York Notes Advanced Paperback – 1 Apr 2004

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  • Paperback: 152 pages
  • Publisher: Longman; 1 edition (1 April 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0582823064
  • ISBN-13: 978-0582823068
  • Product Dimensions: 14.7 x 1 x 21.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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what more can i say? although this cannot be a substitute for the actual book it certainly goes a long way when trying to understand the main themes and the characters. of course you cannot just learn the book by heart and expect to acheive the highest grade - your own opinions are vital and this book is just an aid in forming your own ideas.
the book has improved a lot from its last edition and now has many new features including examiners tips, "did you know?" and useful insights into the authors life and how this would have affected her writings.
5 out of 5 for me - fantastic aid for all students studying the text!
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Its good and extremely useful for A-level students. It really helped me understand what was going on in terms off which character was which, this at first I'd found icreasingly confusing and frustrating. Its also a good method of finding quotes (once you know the storyline) as its chapter summary helps you find the part of the novel you need as you can't always remember when a certain scene took place. Then its easy to read through again and find an appropriate quote without having to leaf through the whole novel repeatedly.
Also has really useful info on themes discussed in the novel which help inspire your own opinions and give you new ideas.
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"It is a 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 wonderful 'Pride and Prejudice' when the arrival of the wealthy Mr Bingley, and his even wealthier friend, Mr Darcy, causes a stir in the village of Longbourn, and particularly in the Bennet household. Mr and Mrs Bennet have five unmarried daughters, no male heir, and their estate is entailed on a pompous clergyman relative, a certain Mr Collins. Mrs Bennet, therefore, is desperate to see at least two of her daughters married - namely the beautiful Jane, and the attractive, independently-minded Elizabeth. Two pretty and intelligent young women; two rich, eligible men - what could go possibly wrong? Just about everything ...

This is a sparklingly witty, beautifully written and cleverly composed story which is a pleasure to read from start to finish. Elizabeth Bennet is a wonderful creation; Darcy is suitably arrogant, difficult and complex; Mrs Bennet is an absolutely awful, but brilliantly conceived character, who could give masterclasses in how to embarrass one's children; Lady Catherine de Bourgh is wonderfully snobbish and horribly condescending; Elizabeth's cousin, Mr Collins, is a toe-curlingly ingratiating character; and the remainder of the cast add greatly to this superb story.

Romantic, amusing and marvellously entertaining this is a novel to read and reread - but one of the main purposes of this review is to talk about the Kindle Whispersync for Voice combination. If you have a Kindle, do consider buying one of the very reasonably priced Kindle versions and you will then be able to download this audio version for just a couple of pounds (at the time of writing), therefore saving yourself a small fortune.
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I bought this for my daughter as an aid to revise for her GCSE English Literature. My daughter found this to be a very useful resource, filling in the gaps in her knowledge of the book. When I asked her whether she would recommend it to other children doing their GCSE's, her reply made me laugh - she said "I learned more about Pride and Prejudice from reading this book than I did at school."

When I asked her why she felt that way. She said that the detail and the analysis while comprehensive was easy to understand and digest. She was able to study it at her own pace which made a big difference especially when compared to the hustle and bustle of a class room where she felt that some concepts and ideas didn't get fully explored.

I think that sums it all up really. If your child is doing GCSE's or even A levels and this book is on the course, then York Notes will be a useful revision tool.
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As a revision guide I found this great to consolidate my understanding of the text from what I have been taught in lessons and tie up any loose ends which may have been neglected in class. It has thorough notes on each chapter and character and all the key themes in an accessible, concise format. I would definitely recommend this to anyone studying the text for GCSE or A Level English Literature.
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This set of study notes is different to all the other YORK notes I have for the other 5 novels of Jane Austen in that it has a very detailed set of projects, if these are carried out to the letter they will give you a deep insight into this possibly the most popular of the great ladies works. I can safely say that these projects will keep the reader busy for some considerable time.
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My son is doing English at A2 level. I was impressed with the comprehensive notes.

This is a very good resource and is helping hi broaden his understanding.
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Found this really helpful with my students, to help them unpack the themes and characters. Some good revision notes as well. Recommend to any student of GCSE English.
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