CN2 - Bingley-Gives evidence you know he likes you Do you need to be logical to survive Scale of Reason(pure emotion vs pure

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Kristin Berry April 7, 2008 Notes Pride and Prejudice 2 Places of Reasoning Page 200 - Elizabeth contemplating - Reasoning and logic plays into the dialogue Page 157- after receiving the latter from Darcy - “deliberated on probability” - Goes over conversations in her head Page 96- Charlotte choosing Collins - Chance for happiness - Doesn’t want to be a spinster Page 264- Jane and Bingley’s proposal compared to Elizabeth and Darcy’s proposal (reasoning) - Little dialogue vs. lots of dialogue - Happiness, sincerity, delight vs. a bit ambiguous on the outcome Page 14- Charlotte and Elizabeth chatting on how to approach getting married - Charlotte- snatch the man first- romantics later o Jane and Bingley- Jane almost loses Bingley for lack of visible signs o Mr. And Mrs. Bennet- they marry without getting to know each other first Page 91-Elizabeth convincing Jane that the Bingley sister don’t want to see Jane with Mr.
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Unformatted text preview: Bingley-Gives evidence- you know he likes you Do you need to be logical to survive? Scale of Reason (pure emotion vs. pure prudence/pragmatism/reason)-Hard to place either-or-Mr. Bennet-more in the middle- wants Lizzy to be happy without concerning the money made in the marriage, logical when it comes to how he views his kids, married for beauty-Lydia- towards the emotion side- marries Wickham-Charlotte-more towards the reason side- marries Collins-Wickham-more in the middle- wants money, but marries Lydia Where does happiness come in?-Necessary political category-What will create the most happiness? Romanticism-p.185- praise for natural beauty, not perfectly shaped gardens Politics- p.273- Lady Catherine telling Elizabeth not to marry Darcy-Elizabeth rejects Lady Catherine- rejection of the gentry?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course HUMA C1002 taught by Professor Irwin during the Spring '08 term at Columbia.

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CN2 - Bingley-Gives evidence you know he likes you Do you need to be logical to survive Scale of Reason(pure emotion vs pure

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