Pride and Prejudice<br /> "
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  • 1. Pride and Prejudice<br /> " To Elizabeth it appeared, that had her family made an agreement to expose themselves as much as they could during the evening, it would have been impossible for them to play their parts with more spirit, or finer success; and happy did she think it for Bingley and her sister that some of the exhibition had escaped his notice, and that his feelings were not of a sort to be much distressed by the folly which he must have witnessed." (143)36099752819400" There was certainly at this moment, in Elizabeth's mind, a more gentle sensation towards the original, that she had ever felt in the height of their acquaintance."  (272)Set in 19th century England, Pride and Prejudice tells the story of the Bennet family and the romantic adventures that the daughters encounter. The main relationship throughout the novel is that of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy. When Mr. Bingley comes to live in the town that the Bennets reside in Mr. Darcy is among his party. Mr. Darcy is initially thought to be rude, prideful, and a horrid man. Even Elizabeth allows this prejudice to cloud her judgment of him and forms a strong hatred for him from others false encounters. Mr. Darcy is the first to realize his strong attraction for Elizabeth and proceeds to try and win her affection. He is initially rejected by Elizabeth when he proposed marriage to her. The turning point for their relationship is when Elizabeth’s younger sister, Kitty, runs off with Mr. Wickham, an acquaintance of Mr. Darcy who is a cheat and a liar. Mr. Darcy, to show his love for Elizabeth and prove he is a noble man, finds Mr. Wickham and forces him to marry Kitty to avoid shame for the family. Elizabeth, who realized her feelings but was denying them, is then more confident in her love for Mr. Darcy and when proposed to again happily agrees.By: Jane AustenProject By: Monica Mashura<br />