Structure Of Pride And Prejudice

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The plot is unexpectedly very much complex and dramatic. The author prefers a family with many friends and associates, she tries within its limited range in order to make it as difficult as possible and she is not pleased with plainly writing two or four characters in isolation. There is clearly an initial situation in the plot because the Bennets have five daughter, none of them is married, no money and a very overly pushy mother who is keen to marry them off to a wealthy man. Then comes a wealthy young man moving into the neighborhood. It is clearly quite obvious that the overly pushy mother Mrs. Bennet was going to try and make her daughters get involved with the young wealthy man. Then we have a climax in the plot that is, Mr Collins’ …show more content…
The plot is realistic and very similar to pride and prejudice, as of the Bridget jones’s dairy is based on pride and prejudice. For example“Oh, did I mention? Malcolm and Elaine Darcy are coming and bringing Mark with them. Do you remember Mark, darling? He’s one of those top-notch barristers. Masses of money. Divorced. It doesn’t start till eight.” page 11 Bridgets mother is clearly implying that Mark is a potential husband for Bridget and seems eager to marry her off to a wealthy man. Which is very similar to pride and prejudice when mrs. Bennet is eager to marry her daughters off to a wealthy man. The similarities go on to continue as off when Bridget first meets Mark Darcy, she finds him rather untasteful and not very smitten with him. Her first impression of him is not that pleasant on the other hand Mark is not pleased with her as well, when Briget’s mother tries to give mark Bridgets nummer he refuses to take it which bridget overhears and feels embarrassed. Their meeting goes on to resemble Mr Darcy and Elizabeth in pride and prejudice, When Elizabeth hears Mr Darcy telling mr Bindgley “She is tolerable; but not handsome enough for me and I am in on humour at present to give consequence to young ladies who are slighted by other men.” volume 1 chapter 3 which she goes on to describe he as very proud. This becomes the arising action of the plot. The fact …show more content…
The reason why pride and prejudice is 18th century is because of the use of wit and satire a common form of 18th century literature which labels the novell as 18th century.
Netherfield is Mr Bingley’s estate, near Longbourn , and this setting is important because it is where we first introduced to Mr Darcy and Mr Bingley and allows them to meet future wives to come, Elizabeth and Jane. Another major reason is that it is a point where Darcy starts to notice Elisabeth’s many admirable qualities and falls for her.
Longbourn, the home of the Bennet family is the main setting in the novel, this is where most of the action happen and

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