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Pride and Prejudice

elements of fiction and anti hero

Joli LeBrun

on 12 October 2012

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Transcript of Pride and Prejudice

By: Destiny, Jacob, and Joli Pride & Prejudice In our novel: Exposition: Denouement: Falling Action: Climax: Anti Hero: Rising Action: Exposition: At the beginning of a narrative, the exposition is the author's providing of some background information to the audience about the plot, characters' histories, setting, and theme. A protagonist that seems to have the characteristics of a villain, but later on in the story their whole character is revealed and the reader finds out they actually have an honorable character. In our novel: Mr. Darcy was the anti-hero in Pride and Prejudice. He has a disagreeable personality to begin with and extremely prideful of himself to the point where most people who meet him dislike them. However, later on you find out that he actually has good intentions. He helps Elizabeth find her younger sister, and pays for Lydia and Wickham's wedding. Occurs when the emotional tension or suspense of the plot reaches its peak. May include a turning point where protagonist improves. A related series of incidents in a literary plot that build toward the point of greatest interest. When Darcy proposed to Elizabeth the first time because this is when she is the most emotional and angry in the whole novel. Also, its a surprise to the reader when Elizabeth says no to him. However, the climax continues to the second proposal in the story since this is also another crucial point in the story. In our novel: In our novel: In our novel the exposition was in the first three chapters. In the first three chapters they introduce the main characters (Mrs. Bennet, Mr. Bennet, Jane, Elizabeth, Kitty, Mary, Lydia) and the situation of the book was explained in these chapters. Mr. Bingley moved in the first chapter and everyone met one another in the third chapter Mr. Collins is introduced for the first time in the story, and he proposes to Elizabeth but ends up marrying Charlotte. We find out that Bingley really likes Jane, and later on Darcy likes Elizabeth. We find out Bingley's family isn't very fond of Elizabeth and Jane because of their family history and for the fact they are not in the same social class as them. Also, Elizabeth and Jane stay with the Bingley's for a week since Mrs. Bennet makes Elizabeth ride her horse in the rain to have dinner with the Bingley's and she gets sick. The Bingley's move away for a while, and the Bingley sisters tell Jane that he isn't moving back to Netherfield. Jane becomes devastated and visits the Gardiners with Elizabeth. The Gardiners give them both advice about their problems, and Darcy starts to visit Elizabeth more often, which is when you start to notice his attraction for her. The action that happens after the climax. There usually isn't a lot of action after the climax so its just a small amount of information. The final resolution of the plot, as of a drama or novel. The outcome of the conflict. In our novel: The denouement of our novel is at the end of the novel when everyone is starting to get along and fix all the conflict presented before. Darcy and Elizabeth are getting married. Jane and Bingley are getting married. Charlotte is happy with Mr. Collins. Kitty and Mr. Wickham ended up getting married and the Bennet family was saved from being made fun of. Elizabeth and Georgiana become friends. Lady Catherine gets over her anger for Elizabeth and Darcy, and visits them time to time. Mary ended up learning from her older sisters and became polite and successful. Wickham and Kitty end up getting married and staying at the Bennet's house for a while.
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