The famous English novelist Jane Austen died on July 18, 1817. The creator, who died at the age of 41, wrote six novels that beautifully summed up the nuances of human nature and relationships.
She was the daughter of a British pastor. Born in 1775, Jane Austen’s works are considered part of English classical literature.
‘Pride and Prejudice’ is his novel which has been appreciated all over the world and has been translated into Urdu. Those who molded it into Urdu called it pride and bigotry. Jane Austen’s other novels include Men’s Field Park and Emma. Emma was first published in 1816. Sense and Sensibility and Northing Abbey were novels that were published much later. The reason for this was that the women of that time were not given importance in terms of conservative thinking and education and literature in terms of working and going out of the house. Therefore, his novels were published long after they were written and also under a pseudonym.
The author’s novels revolve around the characters and elites of society. He also hurts in his novels (satire on society and lightly). It is well known that many years after his death, his stories were widely read and appreciated and today he is considered important in understanding the social and moral condition of the time and in the context of some traditions.