Compare and Contrast Passages from Jane Austin and Charles Dickens Novels
In two societies where social hierarchy rules over love in marriage, the tones of selfish progression in teh passage from Pride and Prejudice counter those of loving sercurity in the passage from Our Mutual Friend. The character of Mr. Collins uses marriage fro social gain, having it take precedence over the feelings of the woman to whom he wants to marry. The other man longs to probide for the woman he loves and wishes to marry.
The author's diction in the first passage conveys Mr. Collins lack of natural fire or passion towards teh woman he wishes to wed. …
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