Pride and Prejudice Essay | Student Essay

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Pride and Prejudice: The Fine Line Between Love and Hate

Summary: The relationship between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth in Jane Austen' Pride and Prejudice is analyzed in terms of their alternating tension and love. This essay detail elements of the plot line to show the development of their relationship.
Samantha Weis

2-9-05

English IV

1st hour

Fine Line Between Love and Hate

The line between love and hate is truly tested when referring to Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Darcy's relationship in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. They did not view each other affectionately at their first meeting at the Meryton Ball. During their last encounter at Hunsford Mr. Darcy begins to show some sort of fondness towards Elizabeth, she is disgusted. When Elizabeth goes to Pemberly Estate she starts seeing Mr. Darcy in a different light. Mr. Darcy lets her know that he is still interested in her by asking if he could introduce her to his sister. At their last meeting at Longbourne, their feelings are very evident for each other, they are in love.

Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth's first encounter at the Meryton Ball was...

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