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youngest daughter

lydia

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most practical character

charlotte- marries for security

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book worm

mary

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most tractable character

bingley

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pale and sickly characteer

anne de borough

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most villanious character

wickham

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most prejudice character

lizzy

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most proud

darcy

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the flatterer

collins

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most condescending

lady catherine

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nearest culutral center

london

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flattest character out of sisters

kitty

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i am not romantic enough

charlotte

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that is enough

mr. bennet

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they are destined

said by lady catherine

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I take your place now at the head of the table

lydia to jane

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liveliness of your mind

darcy to lizzy

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death of your daughter

collins

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my good opinion once lost is lost forever

darcy

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let me take it in the best light

jane

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she is to poor to be the object of ....

mr bennet about lydia

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by you, I was properly humbled

darcy to lizzy

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If you were sensible of your own good, you would not wish to quit the
sphere in which you have been brought up."

catherine to lizzy

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who is judged by appearance

wickham and darcy

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silliness

lydia

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militia first situated in

meryton

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militia moves to

brighton

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time period

victorina

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who write impulsivley

bingley

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servant of darcy

reynolds

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she has grown so brown and course

miss bingley about lizzy

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A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our
opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us."

mary

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church ought to have been my profession

wickham

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but your family owe me nothing

darcy to lizzy

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She likes to have the distinction of rank preserved."

mr. collins to lizzy about lady catherine

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why would this be a comedy

happy ending
no deaths
positive fate
characters with humour- lydia, mrs. bennet, mr. collins
satire
strong heroine

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4 examples of misjudging in the novel

darcy judges lizzy
lizzy judges darcy
jane misjudges miss bingley
lizzy misjudging wickham

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best satire of upper class-

catherine and caroline

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discuss the theme of reputation through lydia

bennet family's reputation put in dire straits by llydia

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discuss the theme of reputation through darcy

worried about marrying beneath his class

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what does decorum mean

proper etiquette/ conventions

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who indulges who

mrs. bennet indulges lydia

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3 most important letters

darcy to lizzy- cleared his name, expalined story, changes lizzy mind about him
--jane's letter to lizzy- darcy walks in as lizzy reads it while lizzy is emotional. PLOT MOTIVATOR
--mrs. gardiner to lizzy- explains what darcy's role was in lydia's marriage, shows generosity / heroic darcy

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first line of the novel

it is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.

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