Using Chapter Nineteen in Pride and Prejudice, As A Starting Point Discuss How Jane Austen Uses Dramatic Incidents To Engage The Reader
Austen uses dramatic incidents within the novel to create a sense of tension and to make it more interesting for the reader. Austen tends to use dramatic incidences between two characters (such as Mr. Collins and Elizabeth) and at unexpected points during the story. She also uses dramatic incidents when the situation is slightly predictable, even though they are at unexpected times. Austen uses irony from the narrator and sometimes the characters so we can enjoy the situation.
In chapter nineteen Austen establishes an unexpected d dramatic incident, she introduces Mr. Collin's being pro…
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