Pride and Prejudice-Each Daughter's Characteristics

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Elizabeth: Stubborn Cares what others think of her family Intelligent Articulate Reader Beautiful Follows father’s example Judgmental/Assumes the worst in people Easily embarrassed Blames self for Lydia’s elopement First self-important then ability to laugh at self Wit Clever Willing to laugh at people to their faces but not behind their backs Uncontrolled by societal expectations Selfish and only cares about people whom she likes Sensible unless it conflicts with happiness Likes attention Jane: Exceedingly Beautiful Optimistic Always thinks the best in everyone Tries not to inconvenience anyone else Caring Intelligent Exceedingly sweet Receives attention no matter what Does not even consider that people judge her Clever Articulate Humble Shy Sensible except when it comes to human behavior
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Mary: Isolated Intelligent Reader Judgmental but optimistic about improvement
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Unformatted text preview: Plain in looks Wants attention but is mainly ignored Cares what people think of her but pretends not to Wit Clever Self Important Hard-worker Sensible Kitty: Follower Intelligent Avoids displeasing anyone Hates being openly judged for silliness Young Blames self for Lydias foolishness Beautiful Cares what people think of her individually Receives attention by tagging along Vain Clever Flirt Good-humoured Weak-spirited Irritable Envious when ignored Lydia: Outspoken Does not care what people think Ability to laugh at self Stubborn Lively Vain Clever Young Flirt Self-centered Loves Attention Rude when she doesnt want something Lustful Risk Taker Self-important Wild Good-humoured...
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