Analysis Of ' First Impressions ' Essay

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As the representation of women 's role in this time of era expands throughout the story, the reader learns about the social capabilities of women, and the various expectations for women and marriage. This first sentence of Pride and Prejudice, not only talks about men in want of a wife, but it infers that since women don’t have the capabilities of possessing a fortune, women have to be in need of a man with a good fortune. When the Bennet family was discussing the matter that Mr. Bingley would be assisting the party they were going to attend, Mrs. Bennet explained, 'If I can but see one of my daughters happily settled at Netherfield..." and …"all the others equally well married, I shall have nothing to wish for. ' '
2. Although the title "First Impressions" explains some of the aspects of the story, it does not fully represent the whole plot at its full extent, which in this case is pride. Mr. Darcy, as well as Elizabeth are guilty of pride and prejudice many times throughout the story. Elizabeth 's prejudice depicts Mr. Darcy as an arrogant man without even meeting him properly, she would have to grow out her first impression, although her other impressions about other men throughout the story are somewhat right, this is the case of Mr. Bingley and Mr. Collins. Mr. Darcy always saw Elizabeth as "not handsome enough" and not ready for marriage, since she was lower class from him. His pride did not let him get past that at first.
3. Many of the married couples that were…

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