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Jonathan Gomez Mrs. Mandala Oak knoll virtual academy 2/14/20 Austen’s woman characters are fixated on marriage, a preoccupation that some present day readers locate off-putting. It is proper that Austen, like her characters, believes that marriage is the surest course to happiness for girls . However, recognizing this scenario does now not suggest she approves of it. Pride and Prejudice is not an endorsement of the position of marriage in society; rather, it's miles a blistering critique of it. Austen stresses the need of marriage for women in an effort to underline how urgently change is needed. Austen suggests that during her society, love is a desirable aspect of a marriage, but in no way the most important one. Jane Bennet is ideally fitted for Bingley, the person she subsequently marries. Yet in keeping with Austen, this compatibility, even as wonderful, is sort of irrelevant. Far extra relevant, from an objective point of view, is the fact that marrying Bingley guarantees the fiscal well-being of Jane and her family. Jane is the oldest Bennet child, and if she

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