Pride and Prejudice Essay | Mrs. Bennet's Utter Nonsense

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Mrs. Bennet's Utter Nonsense

Summary: Jane Austen : Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen, in her novel, Pride and Prejudice; creates deep and interesting characters with unique personalities. The distinctive tone and diction with which each character speaks reveals the temperaments of these characters. In place of a full description of the characters in the narration, Jane Austen guides the reader towards forming his or her own prejudices and assumptions based on the mannerisms of the characters. Within the Bennet family, Mrs. Bennet stands out as being foolish and unrestrained. Austen uses certain sentence structures, syntax, specific word choice, diction, and more or less details to convince the reader that Mrs. Bennet lacks sense, appears gauche, and is unsophisticated and unrestrained.

Mrs. Bennet's unsophisticated behavior reveals itself not only on occasions where she acts foolish but as well where she speaks uncouthly. Mrs. Bennet describes Mr. Darcy as "a most disagreeable, horrid man, not at all worth pleasing...

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