Pride and Prejudice

what type of narration do we see in this novel ? how does the narrator use point of view in the story ?

in the chapter 34 & 43 please can you give me an example ?

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Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice utilizes a combination of narrative voice and dialogue, or telling and showing, to effectively create the impression of a social world inhabited by a variety of characters. The novel is written in the 3rd person, where the narrator isn't an actual character in the story (as in 1st person narration), but a separate entity. In Pride and Prejudice they are also omniscient, allowing them to enter a particular character's mind and inform the reader of proceedings from his or her perspective.

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