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"Pride and Prejudice", by Jane Austen.
In the novel Pride and Prejudice, provincialism plays a major role in establishing our attitudes towards the characters. Upon first impression, it seems that we are meant to consider the city as a highly desirable region while looking upon the country and its inhabitants as inferior. However, just as our first impressions of characters are subject to change, so are our impressions of these territories. I believe that although the novel at face value may seem to glorify the urban life, it praises country habits and ultimately arrives at a compromise between the two.
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