Analysis Of Arranged Marriage By Lydia And Mrs. Wickham

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In this story there are relationships of all kinds and many of them. Each couple has their own unique story and thoughts on how a marriage should occur. There are five major relationships in this story each with their own goals and views. Some chose to marry for the reasons of wealth or social status while others search for the love of another. No matter the reasons situations have brought these couples together and their differing opinions separate them apart. Though in the end no matter the reason each seeks for their own form of happyness. The first couple introduced are Mr. and Mrs.Bennett. married for a substantial amount of time it is obvious that the two do not love each other to the fullest extent. These two have five dauter that are currently of marrying age. Although In this time period rather than marrying out of love for another most were to gain money, social status, or to keep/make good relations in some cases marriages were even arranged. In the Bennett 's case the two respect and care for each other they have very different views on the reasons a marriage should occur. For Mr. Bennette though his experiences believes that when his daughters chose to get married that they should do it out of love and anything beyond that to be just a bonus. His reasons for this stem from his own relationship and…show more content…
Wickham. These two have a rather interesting relationship because each has their own view of it. In the case of Lydia in her innocence she has fallen for Mr. Wickham head over heals to the point of running away with him to elope. Yet through the eyes of Mr. Wickham the relationship is only there for him to gain what he needs. He has chosen to run with Lydia not out of love but in hope that he could receive money to pay off his debts. For Lydia 's luck and that of the family 's name Mr. Darcy chooses to help out the couple and pay off Wickhams debt under the condition he married

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