Pride And Prejudice By William Shakespeare Essay

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Pride and Prejudice demonstrate the life people lived in and the late 18th and the early 19 centuries. To compare the lifestyle of then and now are the polar opposites especially when it comes to marriage. Back then marriage was called a business. The wife will try to match up someone with their daughter(s) so they can get married immediately. You don’t get married for the love, you get married so you have a secure place to be once your father dies. Once the father dies his Children is left with nothing, unless the father has a son. It is very important that the father daughter(s) gets married so she doesn’t end up on the street with no home or some kind of income. Unfortunately, in Pride and Prejudice Mr. Bennet doesn’t have any sons but has five daughters. Many of the character roles in Pride and Prejudice such as Mr. and Mrs. Bennet and Lady Catherine de Bourgh have a strong view about the business of marriage and only want what is best for there daughters.
Mrs. Bennet role in Pride and Prejudice is to simply to get all of her five daughters married especially her oldest three. To her having her daughters get married is very important to her. She mentions to her husband Mr. Bennet how important this is for here and her daughters, but his act on things show her that he doesn’t care or at least take any interest to help his daughters to get married.” "Design! Nonsense, how can you talk so! But it is very likely that he may fall in love with one of them, and therefore…

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