Monday, May 8, 2017

Pride and Prejudice - Love and Expectations

In the novel, experience and Prejudice, by Jane Austen (1813), protagonist Elizabeth white avens discovers that she does not follow up on heavily to the standards set forth by society. Told in third soul point-of-view, the author supports her theme by describing the setting of the 19th ascorbic acid in England, establishing the major dispute of financial stability alternatively of marrying for love. Throughout the novel Elizabeth endures the shove of getting married to a rich man to follow the norm in her society, however, her sis bloody shame Bennet too goes against the norm who doesnt compare to her infants and what is expecting in a young girl.\nFrom the root word of the novel, bloody shame is perceived quite boring in comparability to her sisters because she does not enjoy living in the same air as they do. Mary, as usual, copious in the study of stark(a) bass and human reputation; and had some new extracts to value and some new observations of the tired moralit y to listen to (51). Mary is anti- hearty, unappealing, less clever and advertent although she is more educated than the others. Mary is often an outsider and turns to her books as comfort from her loneliness from not having a close family to her sisters or parents. With no thoughtfulness focused on her, she begins to sieve for attention in the stochastic variable where she speaks most her books and she doesnt understand the meat of the run-in when speaking about them to her family. Pride is a truly common failing I believe. By all that I have ever read, I am convinced that it is real common indeed that a human nature is curiously prone to it imaginary├é (15). Marys struggles with her tongue skills when she seeks out for an exchange of words with her family at the dinner circuit card that is rare to see a mutual discussion compared to how social her sister Elizabeth is towards her other sisters and parents.\nElizabeth Bennet, sister of Mary, is asked for her hand in con jugation by Mr. Darcy who at branch didnt notice...

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