Show how Austen within the room of "two inches of ivory" creates her novel "Pride and Prejudice".
Jane Austen was extremely modest about her genius, describing her work to her work to her nephew Edward as
"That little but (two inches wide) of ivory in which I work with so fine a brush as produces little effect after much labour."
Although the world of her novel "Pride and Prejudice" is confined to a small section of society comprising of country-gentry and lesser aristocracy of England in the opening of the 19th century, the novel itself shows page by page how interesting life could be, how fascinating life's twists and turns are, how significant the trivialities are to those concerne…
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- Show how Austen within the room of "two inches of ivory" creates her novel "Pride and Prejudice".
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