"Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen.
19th century England had some serious social problems left over from
the heyday of Royalty and Nobility. One of the most significant of these was
the tendency to marry for money. In this basic equation, a person sought a
spouse based on the dowry receivable and their allowance. This process
went both ways; a beautiful woman might be able to snag a rich husband, or a
charring handsome man could woo a rich young girl. In these marriages,
money was the only consideration. Love was left out, with a feeling that it
would develop as the years went by. In Pride and Prejudice, J…
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