Holloway Classics

Pride and Prejudice

by Jane Austen
Austenโ€™s second novel follows heroine Elizabeth Bennet as she learns about love, money, duty, and goodness in Regency England. It is consistently ranked one of the most beloved books of all time, with over 20M copies sold.
Originally published by T Egerton, Whitehall in 1813
Project Gutenberg โ€” Digital Text (Illustrated)
British Library โ€” Images
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Rachel Jepsen โ€” Digital Production
The Details
Length: 440 pages
Language: English
ISBN (Holloway.com):
978-1-952120-19-0

About the Author

Jane Austen
Little is known about the life of Jane Austen (1775-1817), but the legacy she left behind has been poured over by literary scholars, historians, filmmakers, and an enamored general audience for nearly two hundred years. Her books were originally published anonymously, and though they sold and were well-enough known, they were such a departure from the more flourished writing of the time that they were often criticized for being plain, though moral, and their significance was not understood. Some respected literary thinkers and philosophers did revere Austenโ€™s work, including George Henry Lewes and, later, Henry James. Following the release of James Edward Austen-Leighโ€™s A Memoir of Jane Austen, in 1869, by the 1880s, a fervent fandom had developed around Austen, and her work found a wider audience as it began to be translated. Serious academic study of her work began that decade, and has not abated. Austenโ€™s novels have been taken to stage and film, adapted for different genres, festivals are held around her. She is one of the most beloved and studied writers of all time.

Table of Contents

The Author and Work
Pride and Prejudice
Volume I
Chapter II
Chapter III
Chapter IV
Chapter V
Chapter VI
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
Chapter IX
Chapter X
Chapter XI
Chapter XII
Chapter XIII
Chapter XIV
Chapter XV
Chapter XVI
Chapter XVII
Chapter XVIII
Chapter XIX
Chapter XX
Chapter XXI
Chapter XXII
Chapter XXIII
Volume II
Chapter II
Chapter III
Chapter IV
Chapter V
Chapter VI
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
Chapter IX
Chapter X
Chapter XI
Chapter XII
Chapter XIII
Chapter XIV
Chapter XV
Chapter XVI
Chapter XVII
Chapter XVIII
Chapter XIX
Volume III
Chapter II
Chapter III
Chapter IV
Chapter V
Chapter VI
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
Chapter IX
Chapter X
Chapter XI
Chapter XII
Chapter XIII
Chapter XIV
Chapter XV
Chapter XVI
Chapter XVII
Chapter XVIII
Chapter XIX