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Essay | Maturation in "Pride and Prejudice"

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Maturation in "Pride and Prejudice"

Summary: This essay deals with maturation in the novel "Pride and Prejudice" as well as discusses themes and maturation topics.
Learning to block the next time someone throws a punch at you, never touching the hot stove after it scalded your hand, or learning that quitting does not get you anywhere are all examples of people learning and growing. Maturation is about learning and growing. To be mature you must make realizations through experiences. You must not pass judgment because others are different than you, and most importantly you must come to terms with yourself, good qualities and bad. Elizabeth Bennett is unlike most young ladies of her time. She perceives herself to be less caddy and more sensible in her ideals and outlooks on life then others she associates herself with. Elizabeth is presented as a very attractive character with piercingly exceptional eyes. However, she too, has chronic faults. It is said that, "A confidence in her own discerment-a combination of both pride and...

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