Pride And The Prejudice By Jane Austen

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As I started reading the book of Pride and the Prejudice, I have noticed that money is the desire that leaves no individual standing behind the person who is hypnotized by his or her wealth. First of all: External meaning, money in the wrong way could demolish the person or dignity and individuality. In general, if someone who just has become wealthy tends to believe that he or she is in power, thinking that they do not need any respect or sympathy towards the people who are not so wealthy. In the novel the social had a great impact among the characters. All of the English society in Jane Austen’s time and in her books everything was based upon the social classes. The Bennet’s are not so poor, yet they are not wealthy and they are about to lose their home to their relative name Mr. Collins. Darcy strengths are wealthy, intelligent, generous, kind, protector of his sister, caring and overcomes pride. But on the other hand, he’s also described as someone who cares only about himself and not others because of his upper social wealth class. As I was reading the novel I found couple of his weakness and he’s very quick at judging people without knowing them, hold grudges condescending. Elizabeth’s pride makes her underestimate Darcy on the basis of their poor social class when they first meet. While Darcy prejudice against Elizabeth poor social standing blinds him, for a time, to her many righteousness. (Definitely, someone can also say that Elizabeth is responsible of…

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