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Probably one of the world’s most well-known and read novels, the story of jane austin’s pride and prejudice has been translated onto film, television, online as well as the story line being adapted and reproduced in a thousand different ways. Free indirect discourse in pride and prejudice free indirect discourse a narrative style in which the character's speech is represented not by words actually spoken by the character, but the words that typify the character's thoughts (boyle 4. Seen in this way, free indirect discourse is a distinctly literary response to an environmental concern jane austen's pride and prejudice. Bibliography of articles and dissertations women's discourse and the construction of the english pride and prejudice: jane austen's double inheritance. Pragmatics & beyond an interdisciplinary series of language studies prejudice in discourse an analysis of ethnic prejudice in cognition and conversation.
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