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Term Papers Cant find it here Try MegaEssayscom Pride and Prejudice By Lauren Gagnebin Pride and Prejudice has many ways to make you laugh but at the same time this novel makes you think The character that I thought caused the most thoughtful laughter was Miss Bingley and her admiration of Mr Darcy When she was first introduced into the story she thought she was so much better than the families in the area but it was at the second dance that she made her feelings known to Mr Darcy who by this time already had his eye on Elizabeth I was never more annoyed The insipidity and yet the noise the nothingness and yet the self-importance of all these people 19 I laughed when I thought of Miss Bingleys family and how they started out as working class people they were just more successful at it than most Miss Bingley makes many personal attacks on Elizabeths character most of which are disregarded by Mr Darcy Elizabeth walking to Netherfield to visit Jane when she was ill gave Miss Bingley occasion to make one of her nasty comments to Darcy I am afraid Mr Darcy that this adventure has rather affected your admiration of her fine eyes26 Darcy told Miss Bingley how wrong she was as well as praising Elizabeth Miss Bingley works very hard on complimenting Darcy on everything he does she makes quite a silly fool of herself by doing so Mr Darcy brushes aside her attentions as frequently as she gives them When he is writing a letter to his sister during he first stay at Netherfield she showers him with praise and he seems most annoyed with her continuous talking From this readers point of view she tries so hard to attain her goal of acquiring his affections that in fact she earns his disdain Miss Bingley continues in her
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