The quandaries of Jane Austen's heroines in Pride and Prejudice as not as alien to today's teenagers as they might initially seem. These graphic organizers walk students through big questions about class, marriage, and money, encouraging them to draw parallels between the novel's society and ours. As the novel's themes become more relevant to them, students will be more effective at close-text analysis of the novel. This was designed for an AP English Literature course, but could also be used with a strong honors class. Three separate activities could take three days: one for discussion about the marriage market, then and now; one for themes and evidence in the novel; and one for a Socratic seminar with questions that ask students to compare the novel to Mary Wollstonecraft's 1792 feminist treatise (excerpt included in this download).