Pride and Prejudice Essay | Elizabeth in 'Pride and Prejudice' and Jane Eyre in 'Jane Eyre'

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Elizabeth in 'Pride and Prejudice' and Jane Eyre in 'Jane Eyre'

Summary: Being published in the nineteenth century in England, the two famous novels Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte both focus on the issues of love and marriage. Especially, these novels reveal the two characters who are Elizabeth Bennet and Jane Eyre and their significant features in dealing with the trials in their love.
Being published in the nineteenth century in England, the two famous novels Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte both focus on the issues of love and marriage. Especially, these novels reveal the two characters who are Elizabeth Bennet and Jane Eyre and their significant features in dealing with the trials in their love.

Firstly, both of these characters have strength in their romantic love. They look for a real love in regardless of financial security or social status. Elizabeth herself has to overcome her prejudice against Darcy - an upper-class gentleman to love him. Jane Eyre falls in love with Mr. Rochester in her maturity. It seems so hard for the readers to weigh up these two protagonists because each of them has their own great impression on the readers about their strong...

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