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Pride and Prejudice By Jane Austen

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Erica Holcombe

on 20 April 2010

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Pride and Prejudice
By Jane Austen Elizabeth Bennet Elizabeth Bennet is the main character of Jane Austen's novel, Pride and Prejudice. She is the second child in the Bennet family. Her sisters are Jane, Mary, Catherine, and Lydia. She is the favorite of her father, but less liked by her mother. Jane and Charlotte Lucas are her closest friends throughout the novel. The novel cronicles Elizabeth's relationship with Mr. Darcy who she marries at the end of the novel. Jane Bennet Jane Bennet is Elizabeth Bennet's oldest sister. She is the most beautiful of all of the Bennet sisters. She is very kind and only see's other people's good qualities. Her sister Elizabeth is her best friend. Through most of the novel, she is in love with Charles Bingley. When he leaves for London, she is crushed and goes to visit her aunt and uncle for some time. At the end of the novel, she is reunited with Mr. Bingley who she ends up marrying. Fitzwilliam Darcy Mr. Darcy is the main male character in the novel. At the beginning he is seen as a very proud, aloof man. He is said to have an income of 10,000 pounds a year, which is very wealthy. His best friend in the novel is Charles Bingley. At the beginning he stops Charles from proposing to Elizabeth's sister Jane because of her family and he also believed that Jane was not interested. At the end of the novel, Mr. Darcy tells Bingley that Jane does love him and that he should propose which is what he does.
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