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Two Societies The novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen divides mainly into two societies The characters in the novel are in conflict due to their income in that being part of the lower class submits some characters to prejudice and they rich are too proud The following information will explain how the characters in the novel are ranked by their income The first of the two classes is the middle society Mr and Mrs Bennett and their five daughters are a part of this class Mrs Bennett having five daughters wants them to marry the best they can She realizes that the only way her daughters will be happy is to marry men with money Elizabeth Bennett the main heroin is terribly embarrassed by her familys social stature and their actions She feels that her mother is too overbearing in her quest to find her daughters husbands In addition Mr Collins Mr Bennetts cousin embarrasses Elizabeth with a proposal of marriage She feels that Mr Collins is being ridiculous Her family receives prejudice because they are poor and for no other reason The second class is obviously the upper class As part of this class Fitzwilliam Darcy is a person who will not socialize with anyone outside of his social standards He is very prudent and cold He will not dance with the Bennett sisters because he knows their economic status Mr Bingley starts to fall in love with Jane Bennett Elizabeths sister but is discouraged by his sisters and Darcy They tell him that she is not good enough for him Darcy himself tries hard to keep his guard up but it breaks down and he falls in love with Elizabeth Darcy realizing his love forces it upon Elizabeth He stresses that she should marry him because of the superiority of his family over hers In addition he has not been able to conquer his obviously wrong love for her
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