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Darcy’s Story: Pride and Prejudice Told From a Whole New Perspective
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Fitzwilliam Darcy , generally referred to as Mr. Darcy , is one of the two central characters in Jane Austen 's novel Pride and Prejudice. He is an archetype of the aloof romantic hero , and a romantic interest of Elizabeth Bennet , the novel's protagonist. The story's narration is almost exclusively from Elizabeth's perspective; the reader is given a one-sided view of Darcy for much of the novel, but hints are given throughout that there is much more to his character than meets the eye. The reader gets a healthy dose of dramatic irony as Elizabeth continually censures with some prejudice Mr. Darcy's character despite the aforementioned hints via the narrative voice and other characters' observations that Mr.
By Henriette-Juliane Seeliger. Henriette Seeliger email: henriette. She holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Chester and studied temporarily at the City University of New York. This essay is a result of her research for her award-winning M. Jane Austen is thus a mistress of much deeper emotion than appears upon the surface. She stimulates us to supply what is not there. In the past twenty or so years, however, a downright cult has developed around Mr.
The reader eventually realizes, however, that Darcy is her ideal match. Intelligent and forthright, he too has a tendency to judge too hastily and harshly, and his high birth and wealth make him overly proud and overly conscious of his social status.
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Elizabeth is the central character in Pride and Prejudice — indeed it could be said that Elizabeth is Pride and Prejudice. Her personality, her attitudes and her development throughout the novel bring together the story and all the other characters. The novel is concerned with pride and with prejudice and she and Darcy are the main players. See Chapters 8,9, and 11, when she is looking after Jane at Netherfield, in her conversations with Bingley, his sisters and Darcy. She likes to laugh at people, including herself. She shares her capacity for irony with her father and the narrator. This allows her to stand back and offer judgements on certain situations.