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Pride and Prejudice Is it possible The novel Pride and Prejudice written by Jane Austen during the nineteenth century describes the trials and tribulations of five sisters of marrying age The story is based in England around the turn of the century and upon careful review we find that many of the events do not reflect the time period The relationship between Elizabeth and Darcy and the Lydia-Wickham affair are not realistic Despite the fact that the novel is fiction it is questionable that such events could take place When Darcy first lays eyes on Elizabeth after she is pointed out to him by Bingley his statement is not that of love nor of fondness rather it is one of complete disgust She is tolerable but not handsome enough to tempt me and I am in no humour at present to give consequence to young ladies slighted by other men From Darcys reaction we can only imagine what he really thinks of Elizabeth but we are given a very good idea This is not love at first sight there is no attraction between the two there is nothing at all Elizabeth has an equal reaction to Darcy When she overhears the comments he has made about her she is anything but drawn to the man Mr Darcy walked off and Elizabeth remained with no very cordial feelings towards himpg12 The two seem destined to become worst enemies in fact they seem to become anything but a couple in love which is exactly what they end up to be Soon after their original meeting at the ball Elizabeth and Darcys paths cross again This time it is at the home of the Bingleys where Darcy is staying and where Elizabeth comes to visit Jane her ill sister When Darcy see her this time his reaction to her is quite different he was forced to acknowledge her figure
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