5 tips for reading Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

We’re sharing our top five tips for reading Jane Austen’s novels with you, whether you’re a frequent re-reader or new to her work. Our accompanying podcast episode is meant to help you get the most out of any Austen novel, but we hope you’ll read Pride and Prejudice with us this March 2021! To celebrate one year of podcasting and the launch of our new Patreon community, we’re enjoying all things Austen for the whole month with discussion episodes and a bunch of bonus content (available for our Classics Club members on Patreon). To sign up, go to patreon.com/novelpairings and listen in to hear about our plans for the Classics Club this month. 

Listen to the episode in your browser (or download it in your favorite podcast app).

March 9th Episode: Part One (we’ll discuss Chapter 1-34 or Volume I-Volume II, Chapter Eleven).

March 23rd Episode: Part Two (we’ll discuss the rest of the book and share our pairings).

How to Read Jane Austen

1. Listen to the audiobook

2. Research some Regency customs

3. Investigate Jane Austen’s writing style

4. Use Sparknotes, LitCharts, or Schmoop

5. Watch a film adaptation

3 thoughts on “5 tips for reading Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen”

  1. So excited for this month’s episodes. 🙂 After reading ALL the Austen as a teenager, it had been a decade since I’d done any re-reading. On the spur of the moment, I listened to the Elizabeth Klett version of Pride and Prejudice last month, so the timing of this series is completely delightful.

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