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One Perspective on Marriage

In this first section of Pride and Prejudice, many outlooks on marriage are presented, ranging from Mrs. Bennet’s focus on marriage as a necessity and status boost for her daughters to Elizabeth’s view that marriage should rooted in love.  344 more words

Charlotte Lucas

What does a man really want after being succesful?

“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.”

I found this quote very interesting, especially since it was the first words of the book. 345 more words

Love Comes First, Then Comes Marriage... Or not?

One aspect of the novel so far that I find very interesting is the friendship between Charlotte and Elizabeth. In this first section we read, we are introduced to the dynamic of their relationship and the differences between them when it comes to their views on marriage. 396 more words

Two Women, Their Brother, and Quite the Strange Power Dynamic

Sibling relationships come in a variety of forms, and while it is interesting to peek at Elizabeth and her sisters, there’s another group of characters in Austen’s Pride and Prejudice that warrants a quick analysis. 576 more words

The Tales of Mr. Bingley Part 2

A very special day arrived. Sports ball, a tradition all over the UK for people in a varsity team. What happens is basically that everyone dresses up real good; dresses and suits and do what sport teams do best: get drunk. 1,022 more words

Awkward

Longbourn - Jo Baker

Dunque.

A teatro. Sul palco c’è la famiglia riunita nel salotto buono ed entra il servitore con una missiva che consegna su un piattino d’argento alla signora. 2,507 more words

Inquisition