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1

how is the upper class a victim of satire

the customs. Lady catherine and miss bingley represent the upper class. They are snobby, nosy, and money doesn't mean manners

2

how is the middle class a victim of satire

Mr. Collins and Wickham are mocked

3

How are restricting classes a victim of satire

darcy's struggle to love elizabeth even though she is in a lower class than him

4

how is caroline bingley a victim of satire

only dances with bingley and darcy.
fake- mocks lizzy when she is out of the room.
doesn't want bingley to marry lizzy
mocks the street that the gardiner's live on

5

list 5 victims of satire

upper class
middle class
caroline bingley
restrictive classes

6

what does charlotte want from marriage

wants security. she doesn't want to end up as an old maid

7

what does charlotte not want to know about marriage

the flaws of her partner/

8

why do people marry

to not become an old maid- burden

9

what does mrs. bennet want from marriage

security

10

what does lizzy want from marriage

respect/ love

11

what does jane want from marriage

love

12

what does lydia want from marriage

wants the title of being married
wants sex

13

describe Pemberly

situated, blends in, fine, deep quality

14

describe rosings park-

showy, gaudy, huge,

15

describe hunsford-

small, simple for a small minded man
mr. collins furnishes greatly to compare to rosings

16

whose house is in hunsford

mr. collins

17

name 4 round characters

mary
lady catherine
miss bingley
mr. collins

18

name 4 dynamic characters

lizzy
darcy
jane
kitty ( changes at end by her sisters)
mr. bennet- changed by daughter's actions

19

who is the book worm

mary

20

list 3 themes

victorian society restrictions
redemption
marriage for love v.s. money

21

explain the theme of redemption

darcy being patient with lizzy and bribing wickham into marrying lydia

22

arranged marriages usually meant what

keeping money in the family

23

list 6 things about money in the novel

arranged marriages- darcy to cousin
entailment
youngest son
discrete dealings
mr. bennet repaying gardiner
mrs. bennet's need to marry off 5 daughters
charlotte needs security

24

how was rain a maker of fate in the novel

forces lizzy and jane to stay at netherfield

25

because charlotte marries collins, this is fate because

lizzy goes to hunsford which is near rosings park

26

mr. gardiner's shortened business is fate becaus

trip shortened no farther than derbyshire

27

darcy showing up at pemberly is fate b/c

he shows up while lizzy is there

28

darcy walking in while ____________ is fate

lizzy is reading letter

29

list 5 examples of fate

lizzy and jane staying at netherfield b/c of rain
charlotte marries mr. collins so lizzy visits them at hunsford which puts her near rosings park
mr. gardiner's shortened trip b/c of business means that lizzy will visit pemberly
darcy shows up at pemberly a day early while lizzy is there
darcy walks in on lizzy reading a letter from jane about lydia

30

list 10 examples of proper victorian social decorum

--visiting new neighbors- mr. bennet visits bingley in hope for return visit
--someone introduces you first
--return visits
--marrying within class
--oldest marrying first/ out in society- lady catherine mocks lizzy that all 5 girls are out at once
--girls being escorted
--dancing- 1st two dances meaning something (collins to lizzy)
--seating at table
--reputation of women - very guarded
--accomplished women- singing, piano
--games/ entertainment - cards

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