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وِکیٖپیٖڈیا پؠٹھٕ، اَکھ آزاد اِنسایکلوپیٖڈیا
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بُنیاد1 جَنؤری 1800
عُنٛوانPride and Prejudice
اَمہِ برٛونٛہہSense and Sensibility
اَمہِ پَتہٕMansfield Park
Form of creative workناوَل
موسیٖقی ہُنٛد طَرٕزnovel of manners، satirical fiction، psychological fiction، romantic fiction
مُصَنِفجین آسٹن
اَصٕل مُلُکKingdom of Great Britain، United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland، یونایٹِڑ کِنگڈَم
ناو یا کامہِ ہٕنٛز زَبانبرطٲنوی اَنٛگریٖزی زَبان، اَنٛگریٖزی زَبان
شایَع تٲریٖخ28 جَنؤری 1813
اَتھ پؠٹھ اَثرepistolary novel
Narratorthird-person narrator
Inspired byThe History of Sir Charles Grandison، Cecilia، Pamela; or, Virtue Rewarded
Set in period1810s، 1800s، 1790s
First lineIt is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.
Last lineDarcy, as well as Elizabeth, really loved them; and they were both ever sensible of the warmest gratitude towards the persons who, by bringing her into Derbyshire, had been the means of uniting them.
Dewey Decimal Classification (works and editions)823.7
Distribution formatebook، printed book
جُملہٕ حوقوٗق ہُنٛد طَرٕزعَوٲمی ڈومیٖن، عَوٲمی ڈومیٖن
اِستِمالس مَنٛزfree indirect speech
References work, tradition or theorySermons to Young Women، Romeo and Juliet
Working titleFirst Impressions
Full work available at URLhttps://standardebooks.org/ebooks/jane-austen/pride-and-prejudice

فخر تہٕ تعصب چھِ جین آسٹن سٕنز اَکھ ناول یۄس 1813 مَنٛز لیٚکھنہٕ آے.