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Critical Analysis of Pride and Prejudice
<Tab/>Mr. Darcy's prejudice is strongly rooted in him, but Elizabeth is able to break down some of his distaste for her, which eventually causes him to fall in love with her. Mr. Darcy, towards those he considers of lower status and regard, he is an aloof, condescending man. He holds the stupidity and silly behavior of the Bennet family with great contempt, all except for Elizabeth and Jane. Jane gains his respect, because she is a proper, civil lady, but Elizabeth has a greater affect on his prejudice. She is not afraid of Mr. Darcy and demonstrates her equal intelligence th…
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