Dvora Zelicovici (essay date December 1985)
SOURCE: Zelicovici, Dvora. “Reversal in Pride and Prejudice.” Studies in the Humanities 12, no. 2 (December 1985): 106-14.
[In the following essay, Zelicovici concentrates on the third volume of Pride and Prejudice, contending that it is vital in developing Mr. Darcy's and Elizabeth's reversals of conviction.]
The third volume of Pride and Prejudice has frequently been regarded as not merely different from but also inferior to the previous two volumes. Marvin Mudrick sees it...
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