…… As I cordially invite you into the branches of the soul that intertwine as the Cerebral veins, that give life to what is presumed as our thinking and feeling, the garden of elegance, the beautiful mind, brain, the sensory perceptions, that give and receive with our loving heart.….. Shazia.

A reflection from the novel reading of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.

the brightest jewel of the country.”


β€” of Miss Elizabeth Bennet writes Jane Austen.

What I have truly enjoyed about the reading of the classical book is the style of writing, the subtle depths of emotions, feelings that are expressed through the words, that are almost a type of poetic prose that flows throughout the book. The simple life of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet and their five daughters, as the tree branches are intertwined with complexities that are found during the time-period. Where elopement becomes the public discourse, the effects upon the family, and as the family supports each-other. Not knowing the help from Mr. Darcy that allowed the family to regain a sense of pride and happiness of their daughter Lydia’s marriage. The interiority of the family is danced beautifully with the descriptions of nature’s elements, as Elizabeth is delighted with the peace, serenity and elegance of Pemberley.

There are many reflections that one could offer from the reading of this novel. One might even say what can you learn from a novel as such? I think that there are many opportunities for learning with the selections of novel passages, for critical and intimate analysis. That are specific to learning for ones personal human development, as well as to peak into windows of history that are preserved through novel writing.

The art of letter writing is beautifully depicted, and is the main form of intimate communications at the time. I especially appreciated the development of human relations, the ability to feel as the characters. To reveal the nature of human relations, as a bond of souls, through physical unions of human flesh and forms, to share each other as one communion.

“‘Could there be finer symptoms? Is not general incivility the very essence of love?'”

β€” Miss Elizabeth Bennet’s reflections of love.

It is beautiful to be able to hold the hands of love that become the temple of the soul. ~ Shazia.

Reading a few pages everyday was almost as visiting with the Bennet’s family.

“A person may be proud without being vain.”

β€” Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen

Notes: These thoughts were originally hand written on July 16th 2022. The reflection is simply a type of overall view, to try to capture the feeling from the reading of the novel. Whereas mentioned there is absolutely room for intimate analysis of select passages, chapters, characters and the complete novel. I appreciate being able to reach an almost completion of the book reading that was actually started just after Christmas 2021 and into the New Year of 2022.

Dedications and Thank You | Thank you Jane Austen for giving the world your beautiful writing. Dedicated to all the servicemen and women of the United States of America, especially to those who have felt the loss or sacrifice of loved ones. God Bless You.

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