'Pride and Prejudice' 1
Pride and Prejudice is the famous work of JaneAusten.This work focus on the daily life and lively reflect the fickleness of human nature in British village life that lived in the conservate and implosive condition during the end of 18th century and early 19th century.It describes the British life picture by the marriage problems.The author praise the marriage that based on mutual understanding and ture love,and also irony which is based on money and social status.
Pride and prejudice are displayed in every character pertaining to the novel in some form or another. It is pride of those of a higher economic status which genuinely withholds prominent relationships of those who are of lower economic status. Darcy's pride causes him to look down on those who are in a lower social class, due to his mentality that he supersedes those who are not within his social circle. Given that Elizabeth Bennet is of a lower class than Darcy, this places immediate restrictions to their relationship. Elizabeth also displays significant pride. Though not influenced by economic status, Elizabeth is most proud of her ability of perception: although it is her ill perception which causes her to misjudge Darcy and also Wickham.When Elizabeth hears of Wickham's accusations of Darcy, she trusts the negative perception of him, and mistakenly views Darcy's confidence as conceit.
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