Pride and Prejudice Essay | Character Analysis of "Pride and Prejudice"

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Character Analysis of "Pride and Prejudice"

Summary: The character of Elizabeth Bennet and the role of social classes in Jane Austen's classic novel, "Pride and Prejudice."
Pride and Prejudice

The characters and general setting in Jane Austen's;" Pride and Prejudice", portray life in the rural society of the day. Austen is very clear in setting up the social classes of the characters and immediately portrays why the book is titled "Pride and Prejudice." Though the more specific example of Pride and Prejudice is that of Elizabeth and Darcy, and how they first view each other. There initial feelings towards one another set the plot of the novel. It is this constant battle of quick wit and occasional insulting which eventually leads to the mutual enlightenment of Elizabeth and the proud Darcy. Even though both of these characters take on transformations, for the better, through out the book, Elizabeth's change is the most dramatic. What are the causes of her character flaws and why does she need to go through this...

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