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Pride and Prejudice Playlist

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Gregory MacLaren

on 16 March 2016

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Transcript of Pride and Prejudice Playlist

Ain't it fun describes the mood of the novel. The mood of Pride and Prejudice is satirical, yet practical. The song is about the real world and how the world is supposed to be fun and exciting, but it's full of things that aren't. The irony is in the name of the song: "Ain't it fun, living in the real world." It's a satire about the world seeming perfect and it's actually not.
Ain't it Fun by Paramore
Dollhouse by Melanie Martinez
The social influence in Pride is apparent throughout the novel. Especially with the Bennet sisters. They are expected to be happily married by a certain age to a man that is equal to or above their social class. This song is about a family that only looks perfect on the outside, like a dollhouse. All of the families in the novel were like this until their characters are revealed.
Primadonna Girl by Marina and the Diamonds
Carolina is a girl who gets what she wants when she wants it. She loves Mr. Darcy, but he's not interested in her. This makes Carolina jealous of Elizabeth, because she's the one catching Darcy's attention. Primadonna talks about how she wants the world in her hand and a boy wrapped around her finger. This is the way Caroline acts in every part of the novel.
I'm Sexy and I Know It by LMFAO
The theme of pride runs ramped throughout the book. Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy both show their pride throughout the book and do not like to be humbled at all. I'm Sexy and I Know It is a song that shows a lot of pride and how conceited someone is. Arrogance and cockiness are both portrayed by Darcy and the song.
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Pride and Prejudice Playlist
How To Be a Heartbreaker by Marina and the Diamonds
Mr. Wickham is a manipulative, backstabbing person that doesn't care for anyone's feelings or emotions. He ran away with Lydia and did not marry her until he was payed to do so. Wickham is a heart breaker. The song is about how to be one and Wickham does all the things the song says, "Rule number two: don't get attached."
Love Myself by Hailee Steinfeld
Elizabeth is shown as confident and independent during the first part of the book. She does not need, nor want a man. The song talks about being free and independent to love yourself because you don't need anyone else to love you.
Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven
This piano piece is beautiful and calming. It came out right before Pride and Prejudice was published. This song may have been played when Jane Austen was writing the book. It is relevant historically.
Cowboy Casanova by Carrie Underwood
The revealing of Mr. Wickham's devious plots is a major conflict in the story. At first we believe that Mr. Wickham is a good person, the Lydia runs away with him and we see more his character is revealed. He is a "looks like a cool drink water but he's candy-coated misery, a devil in disguise, a snake with blue eyes."
Collide by Howie Day
The plot of Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy is important. They have to get over themselves to finally get together; both are prideful and arrogant. The song talks about doubt, but feeling happy when the other person is around. "Even the best fall down sometimes/Even the wrong words seem to rhyme/Out of the doubt that fills my mind/I somehow find/You and I collide."
Just Haven't Met You Yet by Michael Buble
Mr. Darcy knew hadn't met the right person, but he knows when he finds her, he'll love her more than anything. Darcy wants to find the right person that meets his standards and puts up with his arrogance. In the song, it says: "I'll give more than I get/I just haven't met you yet."
Netherfield Park
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