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Essay | Pride & Prejudice

This student essay consists of approximately 7 pages of analysis of Pride & Prejudice.
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Pride & Prejudice

Summary: Pride and Prejudice analysis of individuals in society with several other related text.
Pride & Prejudice

"We are to be the happiest couple in the World."

The representation of the individual within society is inherently linked to the context of a text creation. However this does not isolate future responders in understanding contextual representations of societal, religious, economic and scientific paradigms. Pride & Prejudice (By Simon Langton) and Jude the Obscure (By Thomas Hardy) present individuals within and against societal conventions and provides evidence of self-determination and individual conviction.

Pride and Prejudice is a portrayal of a world, in which society takes an interest in the private virtue of the individuals within it. Pride and Prejudice is critical of societal ability to judge character, evident in Wickam and Darcy's initial misinterpretation, however it does notion that society plays a crucial role in the promotion of virtue, demonstrating `thorough consciousness that man is a social being, and that apart from society there is not...

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