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    relationships between them. The main character, Elizabeth Bennet, mistakenly judges Fitzwilliam Darcy and George Wickham based on her prejudice and inaccurate conceptions. Darcy also misjudges and wrongly perceives one of the key characters, Elizabeth as an inferior rather than an equal, due to his arrogance and vanity. Hence, the fixed notions depicted in the beginning of the novel, mainly by Elizabeth and Darcy, influence the various relationships between characters prompting the progression of

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    impression but then it was changed by Austen to pride and prejudice. The title Pride and prejudice focuses on the main them of the novel which traces pride and prejudice as two human traits. These traits can be seen respectively in the relationship of Mr. Darcy and Ms. Elizabeth Bennet. The two characters have pride and prejudice respectively. Charles bingley, a rich single man moves to the estate of Netherfield, which causes quite a stir the area occupants are excited, particularly Mrs. Bennet, who plans

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    Mark Darcy from Bridget Jones’s Diary first meets Bridget at a party. The two dislike each other from the beginning, and Mark Darcy describes Bridget to another guest as a “verbally incontinent spinster […] who dresses like her mother” (Maguire), which Bridget happens to overhear. From then on, Bridget forms a prejudice towards Mark Darcy, which does not alter until the final minutes of the movie. This relationship is parallel to the relationship between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy

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    Fitzwilliam Darcy at one of Meryton's local balls. Ones first impression of him would notice his arrogant and snobbish manner. Knowledge of his yearly earnings, and known character circle the ballroom once he makes a formal entrance with members of the Bingley

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    calumny on an innocent man. Elizabeth prided herself for being a “good judge of character” in the beginning of the novel. Mr. Wickham overhears Elizabeth’s prejudice against Mr. Darcy. He then begins a scheme to worsen Mr. Darcy’s reputation through Elizabeth’s perspective. Mr. Wickham deceives Elizabeth into believing that Mr. Darcy had defrauded Mr. Wickham out of money promised by Mr. Darcy’s father. In reality, Mr. Wickham is a man of debt due to his excessive gambling with tradesmen. Elizabeth then

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    Marriage does not mean happiness and it has not for hundreds of years. From Larry King to Barbara Walters, beauty is not the foundation for marriage and this false idolization of love can be seen in the real world and in the world of fiction. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen is a prime example of literary relationships developing around the misconceptions of marriage. The majority of these relationships stem from false love and money, but other marriages rise above the standard and show true love

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    course honest. Her spirited personality causes her to ignore the craziness and extreme behaviors that happen in her society. Throughout the novel, Elizabeth works through overcoming obstacles that come in the way of her romantic life. Not only does Darcy change her influence with the relationships she has with other characters, but Elizabeth’s family members also influence her relationship with characters as well as other characters in Pride and Prejudice. Elizabeth 's relationship does not have

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    disapproval and Darcy 's admiration. She is always interesting to listen to and always ready to laugh at foolishness, stating, "I hope I never ridicule what is wise or good. Follies and nonsense, whims and inconsistencies do divert me, I own, and I laugh at them whenever I can." Because of her exceptional powers of observation, Elizabeth 's sense of the difference between the wise and foolish, for the most part, is very good. (Josephine, 2003) In spite of her mistake in misjudging Wickham and Darcy, and her

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    becoming a penniless spinster. Additionally, Jane Bennet marries Charles Bingley for his honorable title and caring quality. Furthermore, Lydia Bennets’ childish mentality leads her to elope with George Wickham. Finally, Elizabeth Bennet accepts Fitzwilliam Darcy’s proposal based on her sincere feelings for him. All in all, Pride and Prejudice is a novel that accurately represents women and their various attitudes concerning marriage during the 19th

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    Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, contains various characters whose functions support main characters and qualities of the two traits: pride and prejudice. The characters less obviously supporting the traits and characters, are the secondary characters. These secondary characters play a major role in assisting the main characters to exemplify the characteristics and contradict the traits to show the opposing sides. In other words, there are main characters who use the traits, pride and prejudice

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    The author thought that marriage was to be made of a combination of love, affection and compatibility of character, just as the engagement between Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy. Thus, she punished women who took wrong decisions when it came to marriage, as Lydia, who escaped from her family just to get married to George Wickham in a sudden and not very clever act – she clearly was decided just for passion and not for

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    speak her mind truthfully, which she always does. Since the beginning, Elizabeth and Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy have been in conflict. He did not fancy dancing with her since he thought of her as a person from a lower class, and not up to par. When Elizabeth had found out about what he really thought of her, she despised him, and everyone felt so too. They all thought that he was the most un-agreeable man. What Mr. Darcy had said offended her a lot, and made her bitter for quite some time. Thus, when he proposed

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    impressi0n 0f Mr. Darcy was that he was the m0st disagreeable and h0rrid man. This n0vel has many different and interesting themes which made the n0vel m0re p0pular am0ng the readers:  Pride is a central theme 0f the n0vel, pride generates b0th c0medy as well as tragedy pride is necessary f0r g00d decisi0n making.  Prejudice and decisi0ns taken in hurry alm0st leads t0 err0r and l0ts 0f misunderstanding am0ng 0thers, as in the n0vel Elizabeth misread Darcy’s character and Darcy is t00 hasty t0 disappr0ve

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    5. Forces of evil 5.1 Goneril and Regan Nicholson (2008, as cited in Halenárová, 2015) asserts that Goneril and Regan are very similar characters; some studies have even analyzed them as if they were one. Both of them are full of pretence and when it comes to take their part of the inheritance they use language of flattery. However, during the course of the play we see that their words differ from their actions. Goneril: “I love you more than words can wield the matter; / Dearer than eye-sight

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    C. Multiculturalism, Ethnicity and Race Before presenting the field work and in order to set the framework for this research about Multiculturalism in Classical Ballet Companies Nowadays, it is appropriate to define first of all the basic concepts of this study. The key terms, will be described briefly based on what is found in general theoretical works about these concepts and based on the course ‘Discours et Multiculturalité’, taught by Laura Calabrese at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)

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    “The Eastern allusion bit me again” said Jane. This quote is taken from Charlotte Brontë’s novel Jane Eyre first published in 1847.The story follows Jane, the heroine, through her journey from childhood to her journey to adulthood, where she falls in love with the Byronic hero Mr. Rochester. This essay aims to discuss the various Eastern allusions found within the novel. These eastern allusions are discussed in terms of orientalism and specifically how Jane relates with the “other” which is sometimes

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    judge the situation, while guiding them to The thesis statements that appear in the narrative are: the importance of wealth and social status, the marriage of convenience, the pride – depicted by Elizabeth Bennet- and the prejudice -embodied by Mr. Darcy-. She intertwines the critic on the social values of the time with a love story, perhaps in order to make her work more attractive to the public. To my mind, Jane Austen was not only a great author but also a woman ahead of her time. While everyone

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    and Mr. Darcy faced a lot of obstacles in their relationship. Their story is a good example of how you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover and that no amount of money can buy a person’s heart. Some of the big obstacles in their relationship were their first impression of each other, Mrs. Bennett’s interest in Elizabeth marrying for money, and things getting told to Elizabeth about Mr. Darcy and promises she is asked to make. One huge obstacle in the relationship between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy was their

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    In "A Respectable Woman," Kate Chopin digs in to examine the psychology of Mrs. Baroda, a rich woman with a loving husband who encounters temptation in the person of Gouvernail, a well-mannered, humble visitor to the Baroda’s plantation. Mrs. Baroda is tempted early in the story with the view of a change from a noiseless, more conventional life, Mrs. Baroda does not immediately identifies what she really wants and finally struggles with the self-inflicted restrictions of her personality as "a respectable

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    neighbour, Burney’s heroines often suffer from isolation” (Hardy 20-21). This statement seems to reasonable when considering that Emma’s biggest mistake happens under the influence of Mr Churchill and Elizabeth is influenced by her first impressions of Mr Darcy and Mr Wickham. Regarding Jane Austen’s heroines, one of the most important features of her novelties is the way she handled the characterisation and the progress of her heroines’ emotions and feelings, which is important since the progress is caused

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