"Pride & Prejudice" by Jamie Bennett.
Pride & Prejudice: Chapters 1 - 21
By Jamie Bennett
Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice demonstrates that marriage is not always a result of love, but a convenient arrangement. Elizabeth and Jane Bennet strongly believe that one should marry for love, whereas Charlotte Lucas, Mr. Collins and Mrs. Bennet consider marriage to be a thing of practicality.
Elizabeth made her views of marriage very clear from early on in the book when discussing Jane and Mr. Bingley's growing attraction with Charlotte; she will only marry for love and not for status or practicality. "Your plan is a good o…
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