Gary Kelly (essay date June 1984)
SOURCE: Kelly, Gary. “The Art of Reading in Pride and Prejudice.” English Studies in Canada 10, no. 2 (June 1984): 156-71.
[In the following essay, Kelly explores the role of reading in Pride and Prejudice, drawing a parallel between Elizabeth's inclination to read her world like a book and the reader's epistemological approach to the novel.]
It is by now well established that Pride and Prejudice is about perception and judgement as acts of the whole mind, with important ethical...
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