By Jane Austen
Aşk ve Gurur, taşralı bir beyfendinin kızı olan Elizabeth Bennett ile varlıklı ve soylu toprak sahibi Fitzwilliam Darcy arasındaki çatışmayı anlatır. Gerçi Jane Austen bu iki karakteri birbirlerinin tuzağına düşmüş kişiler gibi sunar, ama "ilk izlenim"i tersine çevirmekte gecikmez: Soyluluk ve servetten kaynaklanan "gurur" ile elizabeth'in ailesinin soylu olmayışı karşısında beslediği "önyargı", Darcy'yi mesafeli davranmak zorunda bırakır. Elizabeth'in davranışında da hem özsaygının uyandırdığı "gurur", hem de Darcy'nin züppeliği karşısındaki "önyargı" etkili olur. Zeki ve coşkulu Elizabeth yalnızca Austen'ın en çok sevdiği kadın kahramanı değil, aynı zaman bütün İngiliz edebiyatının en çok ilgi uyandıran kadın roman kişiliklerinden biridir. Sıradan insanların günlük yaşamlarını işleyerek romana ilk kez belirgin bir smooth nitelik kazandıran Austen'ın en sevilen romanlarından biri olan Aşk ve gurur'u, Nihal Yeğinobalı'nın yetkin Türkçesiyle sunuyoruz.
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Aşk ve Gurur by Jane Austen