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these thoughts and Charlotte thoughts of Mr. Darcy not liking her because of her prejudice. Which bring tension and suspense through the novel. 3.Austen shows that societal marriage restrictions were not only placed on women by the conversation Colonel Fitzwilliam and Miss Bennet had on marriage and Colonel Fitzwilliam talk about how men with fortune cannot marry who they like however for women who has money can. Chapter 11:1.Mr. Darcy and Mr. Collins are similar due to the fact that they both talk about how Elizabeth’s middle class affects them, which insults Elizabeth greatly andboth get rejected to Elizabeth due to their arrogant personality. Mr. Darcy andMr. Collins are dissimilar because Collins gave Elizabeth his reason to marry him, which surrounded around his needs and Mr. Darcy talks about the great consequences of marrying her but he does it regardless. 4
2.Austen uses Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth personality to fully illustrate this secondmarriage proposal by the reader knowing how Elizabeth felt and thought while Mr. Darcy ask Elizabeth to marry him. The scene that was similar to the first marriage proposal was Elizabeth thinking to reject the man politely. The scene that was dissimilar to the first marriage proposal was Elizabeth not reject the Mr. Darcy politely enough where she accuses him of his wrongdoing. Chapter 12:1.Austen foreshadowed the revelation about Mr. Wickham’s true nature and thetrue history between him and Mr. Darcy in previous chapter by Mr. Wickham not being gentlemen like when he gossiped about Mr. Darcy to Elizabeth. As well he didn’t attend the Neitherfield ball which where people discuss the gossip that was between Mr. Wickham and her. As well he paid attention to Miss King when she inherits a great fortune after her grand father’s death. Chapter 13:1.Elizabeth’s foible attributes her previous animosity toward Mr. Darcy as she pride herself for her judging people correctly. She judges them both Mr. 5
Wickham and Mr. Darcy through their first impressions. She is more swayed toward Mr. Wickham, as she believes his is amiable, nice, gentlemen like whom she believes Mr. Darcy is not. When Mr. Wickham said something negatively about Mr. Darcy she uses that as confirmation bias toward her