Pride and Prejudice Essay | Scene Analysis in Pride and Prejudice

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Scene Analysis in Pride and Prejudice

Summary: Provides a short but concise analysis of a scene in Pride and Prejudice that occurs after Elizabeth receieves and informative letter form Mr.Darcy.
This passage occurs shortly after Elizabeth has received a letter from mr.darcy. The reason for the writing of the letter comes from the fact that Elizabeth had accused Darcy of two main issues. The first accusation against darcy was that he was a dishonorable man because he cheated Mr.Wickham out of land. Following this accusation, Elizabeth also believed that bingley's dismissal of jane was his doing.

Both of these issues caused her anger and discontent towards mr.darcy because she had strong feelings for mr.wickham and believed such a good person did not deserve to be mistreated. And with jane, she was angered because she believed mr.bingley and jane could have been happy together and that mr.darcy had ruined any opportunity of that.

These accusations led mr.darcy to write the letter that spurred elizabeth's judgment of herself. In...

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