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pride and prejudice Essay

  • Submitted by: ypiwsuiw
  • on February 18, 2009
  • Category: Arts and Music
  • Length: 331 words

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Pride and prejudice


Outline:
 introduction: I   agree   that   the   first   three   chapters   in   pride   and   prejudice   with   regards   to   setting, character, and   themes   have   been   affective.
 Parageaph.1:The   setting(where the story took place) was in three different places
 Paragraph.2:The personalities of the characters in the first three chapters were all identified.
 Paragraph.3:the   theme   of   the   story in   the   first   three   chapters   is   very   clear   and   is   about   the   different   opinions   about   marriage.
 Conclusion: other people may not agree with my opinion but I still stick to it.



        I agree   that   the   first   three   chapters   of   pride   and   prejudice   with   regards   to   setting, character, and   themes   have   been   affective. These   chapters   succeeded   in   identifying   the   setting   of   the   story, the   characters   in   the story, and   theme   of   the story   which   makes   it   easy   for   the   reader   to   understand   the story.
 
      The   first   three   chapters   of   Pride   And   Prejudice   explained   the   setting   of   the story   which   is   where   it   took   place   clearly. The   story   took   place   in   three   different   places   which are England, in   specific   neighborhood   called   Longbourn, in   Meryton, and at the ball.

            Most   of   the   characters   are   mentioned   in   the   first   three   chapters   and   their   personalities   were   identified, one   of   the   main   characters   is   Elizabeth, she is vivacious, engaging, strong-willed, thoughtful, witty, caring, perceptive. Mr. Darcy   is   aloof, reserved, assured, shy, decisive, responsible. Jane Bennet is handsome, gentle, generous, vulnerable. On   the   other   hand   Mrs. Bennet   is   ignorant, vulgar, fickle, talkative, obsessed.

The   theme   of   the   story   in   the   first   three   chapters   is   clear   and   it   mostly   talks   about   love   and   marriage, the   role of   the women   in   the   story, the social   and   moral...

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