p&p volume 2 questions .docx - Walsh 1 Angela Walsh Mrs Velez-Henley IB English III Pride and Prejudice Analysis Discussion Questions Volume II

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Walsh 1 Angela Walsh Mrs. Velez-Henley IB English III September 17, 2019 Pride and Prejudice Analysis Discussion Questions Volume II Analysis questions chapters 1-4 1. They still both have favorites Mr. Bennet ignores his daughters and wants nothing to do with them. He's hands-off and doesn’t get in their way. Whereas Mrs. Bennett will not leave her children alone and holds grudges against her children. 2. They are both different from each other the Gardiners do care about their daughters and niece, they also are strict. the Gardiners are a loving couple, levelheaded, responsible, and are good role models. However, the difference is that the Bennet’s bicker a lot, untamed and are not responsible. 3. Mrs. Gardiner warns Elizabeth that Wickham has no money which can make an unsuitable match for Elizabeth. Mrs. Gardiner also tells Elizabeth that’s she should be careful because becoming too attached to Wickham can cause her embarrassment towards her father. Wickham seems like a gold-digger due to his lack of money and has also a jerk to everyone. 4. An important insight that the reader can infer based upon his shift in affection is that he doesn’t have a strong character and is just looking for money. He paid attention to Miss King when she inherits the future after her grandfather died.
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Walsh 2 5. Elizabeth seems to have prejudice against charlotte. She’s disappointed in Charlotte marrying Mr. Colin which Elizabeth dislikes because Elizabeth would marry for love and personality. Also, because of her first impression of Mr. Wickham as amiable and pleasing, which Mr. Darcy is not, she gives him more leeway. Austen’s comment about the two sexes is there is a double standard between genders. For women, they have to marry for money. For men they shouldn’t be poor, and they shouldn’t be the ones who marry for money.
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