Essay about Pride And Prejudice By Jane Austen

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Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen:
5. Important message or theme One of the important message or theme in “Pride and Prejudice” is social class
The Bennet family did not had money so Mrs. Bennet was looking for a wealthy men to marry each one of her five daughters Jane, Elizabeth, Lydia, Mary, and Kitty. Their mother was obsess of finding a rich bachelors for their daughters so they can provide for them. The author Jane Austen thought that social class was the theme of the book, because it was a revolving topic in society. Social class is a division of a society based on social and economic status. Every one start judging a peer by their appearance before they have the time to actually get to know the person and their great virtual and that’s what happened to Darcy and Elizabeth. The main characters Elizabeth and Darcy had their own difficulties understanding each other, because of their families and that they are from two different worlds. It all started when Elizabeth made a bad misjudgment when she first meet Darcy who gave a poor first impression. In the other hand Darcy prejudice Elizabeth’s social states and forgot about all her good qualities.

3. 5 quotes
1) “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife." (Ch.1 pg.) I think the author decided to put this sentence to start the book because it is the keynote of the novel, because it is giving us a hint of the main theme of the book, social…

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