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Pride Prejudice Chapters 1 - 21 By Jamie Bennett Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice demonstrates that marriage is not always a result of love but a convenient arrangement Elizabeth and Jane Bennet strongly believe that one should marry for love whereas Charlotte Lucas Mr Collins and Mrs Bennet consider marriage to be a thing of practicality Elizabeth made her views of marriage very clear from early on in the book when discussing Jane and Mr Bingleys growing attraction with Charlotte she will only marry for love and not for status or practicality Your plan is a good one replied Elizabeth where nothing is in question but the desire of being well married and if I were determined to get a rich husband or any husband I dare say I should adopt it Elizabeth stayed true to her ideals of marriage later on when Mr Collins proposed marriage I thank you again and again for the honour you have done me in your proposals but to accept them is absolutely impossible My feelings in every respect forbid it This offer of marriage would have been good for Elizabeth if she had accepted it as Collins would give her status wealth and security everything a marriage of practicality should provide This marriage would have also pleased her mother to no end as it would mean that when the entailment of Longbourn occurred she would not have to move out of her home as Mr Collins and his wife moved in However Elizabeth rejected the notion of marrying for advantage and upheld the belief of marrying for love Collins reasons for marriage were all about practicality mixed with a feigned love which Elizabeth of course saw straight through My reasons for marrying are first that I think it a right thing for every clergyman in easy circumstances like myself to set the example of matrimony in his parish secondly that I
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