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Kaitlin Pham - Pham 1 Kaitlin Pham Prof Hennessee English...

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Pham 1 Kaitlin Pham Prof . Hennessee English 231 October 6, 2011 A Woman’s Perspective of Love and Life: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen sculpts a remarkable story of an unlikely family’s success in finding love and themselves in her renowned novel, Pride and Prejudice . The reader is granted access to Elizabeth Bennett’s thought processes, following every notion and opinion that crosses through her judgment. In doing so, Austen sculpts her novel around women; specifically how they act, think, behave, and rationalize. The reader is given a peek of the trials and events that women would experience, and the results that the strong-minded character Elizabeth, has chosen for her. In the beginning of the novel, Elizabeth Bennett is portrayed as the most rational sister, with a keener sense of herself and society. She puts her own happiness in front of her status, choosing to remain independent of men opposed to being damned into an unhappy marriage.
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