Humanities › Literature Discussion Questions for Pride and Prejudice Share Flipboard Email Print Matt Cardy / Getty Images Literature Classic Literature Study Guides Authors & Texts Top Picks Lists Terms Best Sellers Plays & Drama Poetry Quotations Shakespeare Short Stories Children's Books By Esther Lombardi Literature Expert M.A., English Literature, California State University - Sacramento B.A., English, California State University - Sacramento Esther Lombardi, M.A., is a journalist who has covered books and literature for over twenty years. our editorial process Esther Lombardi Updated February 06, 2019 Pride and Prejudice is one of the most well-known works by Jane Austen. A classic piece of literature, the ever satiric Jane Austen brings us a love story that is both critical of 19th-century English society and reminds us not to take first impressions too seriously. Still very popular, Pride and Prejudice is a great story to discuss with friends and classmates. Here is a list of questions that can be used for conversation. What is important about the title?What conflicts did you notice in Pride and Prejudice? Were they physical, moral, intellectual, or emotional conflicts?How does Jane Austen reveal character in Pride and Prejudice?What are some themes in the story? How do they relate to the plot and characters?What are some symbols in Pride and Prejudice? How do they relate to the plot and characters?Is Elizabeth Bennet consistent in her actions? Is she a fully developed character? How so?Do you find the characters likable? Are the characters people you would want to meet?Does the novel end the way you expected? Why?What is the primary purpose of the novel? Do you find the purpose important or meaningful?How does the novel relate to feminist literature?How essential is the setting to the story? Could the story have taken place anywhere else?What is the role of women in the text? How are mothers represented? What about single and/or independent women?Would you recommend this novel to a friend?