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Title Pride and Prejudice Author Jane Austen Type of Work Study of manners Setting Rural England early nineteenth century Select four major characters and explain why each is important in the work you read at least one full paragraph for each character Elizabeth Bennet - The novels protagonist The second daughter of a landed gentleman in the village of Longbourn she is the most intelligent and sensible of the Bennet sisters She is well-read and quick-witted and has a tongue that is sometimes too sharp for her own good Darcy Fitzwilliam - A wealthy gentleman the master of Pemberley and the nephew of Lady Catherine de Bourgh He is intelligent and honest but has too much pride and tends to look down on others Jane Bennet - The eldest Bennet sister and the most beautiful she is both more reserved and kinder than Elizabeth Charles Bingley - Darcys best friend A genial well-intentioned gentleman with a considerable fortune Select one major character and answer the following A Explain what problem the character faces one paragraph The main character would undeniably be Elizabeth Bennet She is the idealist who will not marry just for money either to a fool or a man she dislikes Darcy at first It seems as if Elizabeth has allowed herself to be so smitten with Mr Wickmanan army officer that she let her emotions of dislike towards Darcy turn into out right hatred on the basis of hearsay and not fact Though she is quick-witted she is still young and impressionable and by deciding to trust someone so quickly she allowed their problem to be her prejudice B Explain what he does to solve the problem and why he decides to take that action at least one paragraph Mid-way into the novel Elizabeths feelings toward him turn
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