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    Elizabeth Bennet

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    knew how these ladies felt when it came to finding a man to marry. Elizabeth Bennet is portrayed as an intelligent woman; consequently, that is why she was Jane Austen’s favorite. Because Elizabeth was so headstrong, and sarcastic she was quick to make judgments about people. Elizabeth to me is considered a round character because she changes throughout the book. Elizabeth, also known as “Lizzy”, is introduced as the second oldest Bennet daughter out of five. Right off the bat, it is very obvious she

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    Elizabeth Bennet Foil

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    Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet’s journey to love and marriage is the focal point of the narrative. But, the lesser known source of richness in Austen’s writing comes from her complex themes the well-developed minor characters. A closer examination of Charlotte Lucas, Elizabeth’s dear friend in Pride and Prejudice, shows that while she did not take up a large amount of space in the narrative, her impact was great. Charlotte’s unfortunate circumstances in the marriage market make her a foil to Elizabeth, who

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    A Character Analysis of Elizabeth Bennet

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    A Character Analysis of Elizabeth Bennet Throughout Jane Austen’s novel Pride and Prejudice , there are many references to the unusual character of Elizabeth Bennet ; she is seen to be an atypical female during those times. Wit , bravery , independence , and feminist views all describe a most extraordinary model for women. Pride and Prejudice is a humorous novel about the trials of marrying well in the early eighteenth century. It focuses

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    other girls; but Lizzy has something more of quickness than her sisters'(p.2). Elizabeth Bennet- also known as "Eliza" or "Lizzy"- is the second oldest daughter in the Bennet family. She lives with her parents and four sisters near the town of Meryton in Hertfordshire. Her introduction by her father gives the reader a sense that Elizabeth is not silly and is different from other girls. Having "quickness" means that Elizabeth has a quick mind and has the ability to make quick decisions without difficulty

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    Jane and Elizabeth Bennet are two sisters who are at the age of marriage. Their parents want them to be married to wealthy handsome men who are kind and gentle and warmhearted. Even though they are sisters they have different mindsets to how they should live their life. Elizabeth believes that she shouldn’t have to be the property of a man and believes that men and women are equal. She wont have a man who thinks that she is just a women who cant have her own mindset and wont let her be who she wants

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    Elizabeth Bennet: Headstrong to Humble

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    Miss Elizabeth Bennet’s personality is expressed throughout Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice with an intelligent and headstrong flair. She is incomparable to the women of her time, who mostly suffered from ignorance, blindly accepting that marrying for wealth and security would lead to happiness and success. What separates Elizabeth from these other women is that Elizabeth is a firm believer in independence as well as marrying for love, and it is this that reflects Elizabeth’s intelligence. This

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    Elizabeth Bennet: A Modern Influence In the book Pride and Prejudice written by Jane Austen, one of the main characters of the book is Elizabeth Bennet. Pride and Prejudice has many characters, but the main one that people tend to form the closest relationship with his Elizabeth Bennet. Elizabeth is arguably one of the most renowned and well-known figures of all English literature. Jane Austen reveals the complexity of Elizabeth Bennet through her own actions and conversations as well as the reactions

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    main character is Elizabeth Bennet, who is young woman that is trying to find a suitor to take as a husband. Throughout the book, Elizabeth meets a variety of men that suits her fancies, and some that make her revolted. When she met Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, she must fight through her prejudice-and Darcy through his pride- to see the good each other. They learn that they mustn't hold prejudices against someone you've only known from a first impression. The prejudice beings when Elizabeth meets Mr. Darcy

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    love. Many were fine with living on a wealthy estate and living in an upper-class manner. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is a novel about the Bennet sisters, five girls whom, in the time of 1813, are all unmarried and are looking for husbands. The central conflict is based around two young women, the eldest of the five Bennet daughters, Jane and Elizabeth. The girls have their similarities and differences, and can be compared and contrasted in many ways; in terms of which is stronger at handling

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    Comparing Two Proposals to Elizabeth Bennet The tow proposals to Elizabeth Bennet differed in many ways. Both came out of nowhere for Elizabeth and to her were utterly preposterous at the time. Elizabeth is aware of Mr Collin's fondness toward her and so when her mother urges her to have a private audience with Mr Collins she tries her best to avoid having to endure his proposal and giving him the rejection that she eventually gives. Lizzy says, 'Dear Ma'am, do no go- I beg you will not

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