The Concept Of Marriage In Jane Austen's Pride And Prejudice

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{The introduction should include the author, title, and a short 2 sentence summary of the plot.}} From reading the book Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, the author addressed her own way to show the world her own view of marriage. Ms. Austen writes her fictional story from her understanding of happy and unhappy marriages. Through the story, the five groups of protagonists present us with five different outcomes and different future lives. In this paper, I summarize three different aspects of the concept of marriage. {{The last sentence of the introduction paragraph should address the prompt directly with 3 main points, this will become your thesis statement. }} {{Transition needed here.}}Opposite representatives, the typical representative of the unhappy marriage.{{This is not a complete sentence.}} Mr.Bennet has chose to marry quickly without thinking through the consequences of having the interest of the future. In the early years of his marriage, Mr.Bennet found out that marriage based on beauty didn’t bring happiness to him. Mrs.Bennet, on the other hand, had nothing to do with beauty and married Mr Bennet simply because Mr.Bennet has a fixed annual income of a few thousand pounds that will allow her to live comfortably. As they had five daughters, Mrs.Bennet’s superficial ignorance and moody behavior was a big part into their lives. These different personalities and interests made Mr.Bennet deeply disappointed with his relationship and restricted the
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