Pride and Prejudice Essay | Student Essay

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Pride and Prejudice

Summary: This is an essay of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. It deals with the main theme of the story and is NOT a summary. It sites only specific scenes from the novel that support the assertion.
    The novel of Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, was a love story in which two complete opposite characters overcame their pride and prejudice and fell deeply in love. The story told how a bitter acquaintance could become a blooming love. Through lies, deceitful company, and separation the fondness of two characters prevailed, and confusing emotions arose. There were other relationships scattered throughout the story, but none were as grand as the mixing of oil and water. Some of these relationships bonded the two main characters together while others almost tore it apart.

Elizabeth Bennet was the second of five girls, the favorite of her father, and the least of her mother. The most sensible of her sisters, she was a keen-witted, outspoken, and intelligent girl.

"Lizzy is not a bit better than the others; and I am sure she is not half so...

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