Analysis of narrative voice and dialogue in Pride and Prejudice, vol II, ch x
From Pride and Prejudice, vol II, ch x
Please analyse this passage in no more than 1000 words, discussing ways in which the narrative voice and dialogue are used.
This chapter opens with a line from the omniscient narrator confiding or 'telling' us about Elizabeth's unexpected encounters in the park with Mr Darcy. Austen's use of the 'telling' technique here is economical and saves the reader actually having to read through each of these meetings to know that they took place.
In the next line the narrator slips into Elizabeth's mode of speaking with the use of free and indirect speech, t…
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