PP passage Eliz loves Darcy

PP passage Eliz loves Darcy - a satire. The ironic phrasing...

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Elizabeth goes over her changing feelings for Darcy while in Derbyshire. (Vol. III, Ch. 2) ; p. 171 “Their visitors staid with them above half an hour…” through p. 173, the end of the chapter. In the novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, there is a passage late in the story that reveals Elizabeth Bennet’s changed feelings toward Mr. Darcy. This passage turns out to be a significant turning point in the novel. Critics label Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice
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Unformatted text preview: a satire. The ironic phrasing and clever meaning captivate audiences, allowing them to fall in love with Austen’s characters themselves. The climax of protagonist Elizabeth Bennet’s emotions are revealed as she admits of her love for Darcy. In the passage, Austen’s strong voice captivates readers as Elizabeth realizes this life-altering epiphany. In Volume III, chapter 2 of Jane Austen’s …...
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