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12 elizabeth said nothing but it gratified herit is

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wouldn’t bring much comfort to most people. 12. “Elizabeth said nothing, but it gratified her...It is impossible that he should still love me’” (Austen 171). Jane Austen is trying to convey the message that one should change to gain love from someone else. This relates to the theme of love because for some people, they fall so
deep in love that they become so influenced by the person they’re in love with and change. 13. “...Miss Bingley was venting her feelings in criticisms on Elizabeth’s person...leave Georgina without the power of finding her otherwise than lovely and amicable” (Austen 181). In a conversation, Georgina disagrees with Miss Bingley and agrees with her brother instead. This shows that there are times when siblings or family members agree with each other wholeheartedly. The relates to the theme of family. 14. “All Meyton seemed seemed striving to blacken the man...had been extended into every tradesman’s family” (Austen 197). Due to the fact that the citizens choose to focus on Wickham’s financial condition, which his his debt, first and foremost, indicates that money plays a large role in this society. This quote relates to the theme of wealth. 15. “He looked serious as usual; and she thought, more as he had been used to look in Hertfordshire, than as she had seen him at Pemberley” (Austen 224). This quote mentions Darcy’s Pemberley estate, which is the heart of the story. It is in the center of all the drama and it’s a symbol in the novel. Most of the novel takes place indoors as well, which is a connection. The estate represents the heart of everything.

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