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Pride & Prjudice

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Bailey Clough

on 10 June 2014

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Transcript of Pride & Prjudice

What is your definition of Pride?
Pride & Prejudice
What is your definition of prejudice?
Novel by Jane Austen
Movie Directed by Joe Wright
Bailey Clough
Love concurs all
Social class structure
Theme: Love
Overcoming first impressions
Overcoming the control of families
Finding true love
Use of Foreshadowing
"At last it arrested her - and she beheld a striking resemblance of Mr. Darcy, with such a smile over the face, as she remembered to have sometimes seen, when he looked at her." (Austen, 275)
Use of Foreshadowing
Theme: Class
Theme: Reputation
Line is clearly drawn
Woman not encouraged to marry down a class
Created to make others feel inferior
Reputation for men less then woman
Maintaining reputation is key
Social Class and Structure
Social Class and Structure
Line drawn between Upper and Lower Class
Can you think of any examples of pride? Something you are proud of?
Do you think pride determines the way you approach a situation?
Definition of Pride
a feeling or deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one's own achievements, the achievements of those with whom one is closely associated, or from qualities or possessions that are widely admired.
Examples of Pride
There are two types of pride:
pride being attached to self esteem which someone is presenting something they are proud of
pride being building yourself up while looking down at other because you feel as if your better then them
Do you feel that the way people are treated based on their social ranking is fair?
Can you think of any examples of prejudice in today's society? How it affects others?
Definition of Prejudice
an unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought or reason, and unreasonable feelings, opinions, or attitudes, especially of a hostile nature regarding a racial, religious or national group.
Examples of Prejudice
Russian government prejudice against people who are gay during Olympics in Sochi
Boston Bruins hockey team prejudice against the colour of P.K Subban's skin after their loss to Montreal in playoffs
People prejudice against people in a wheel chair because they do not see a quality in life
I'm Prejudice Against....
People with brown eyes.
How does that make you feel?
Do you think it's fair?
Pressures of expectations
Societies views on certain neighborhoods
Gender roles
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