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‘You give your opinion very decidedly for so young a person’

-Lady C about Lizzy


-She is very headstrong and confident


-isn’t afraid to challenge someone of a higher class CONTEXT

I must throw in a good word for my little lizzie

-Mr bennet favours lizzy over his other daughters


-throwing in a ‘good word’ to get her the best connections which was important

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

-Shows Austen’s views on marriage of these times


-CONTEXT: marriage was very important

‘He was lively and unreserved, danced every dance’

-Shows Mr Bingleys character

‘He was the proudest, most disagreeable man in the world’

-Shows everyone else’s opinion on mr darcy


-CONTEXT: he has lots of money so is higher than everyone else

‘She is tolerable, but not handsome enough to tempt me’

-Darcy about Lizzy, shows darcys character - he is proud and conceited, thinks he is better than everyone else

‘You are dancing with the only handsome girl in the room’

-Shows how beautiful Jane is, prettier than all the other girls and everyone wants to dance with her

‘He is a most disagreeable man, not at all worth pleasing’

-Shows darcys character, thinks he is better than everyone else, he is not worth talking to


-CONTEXT: he is higher class so better than everyone else

‘Your defect is a propensity to hate everyone’

-Lizzy to Darcy


-Shows how Darcy is extremely proud and takes prejudice over everyone he meets

‘Your defect is a propensity to hate everyone’

-Lizzy to Darcy


-Shows how Darcy is extremely proud and takes prejudice over everyone he meets

‘His appearance was greatly in his favour’

-Wickham; Appearance vs reality


-He is really good looking and gains all female attention in the room

‘Your defect is a propensity to hate everyone’

-Lizzy to Darcy


-Shows how Darcy is extremely proud and takes prejudice over everyone he meets

‘His appearance was greatly in his favour’

-Wickham; Appearance vs reality


-He is really good looking and gains all female attention in the room

‘Inferiority of your connections’

-Darcy saying to Lizzy that she is too lower class so she can’t go out with him


-Context; theme of class/status

‘Your defect is a propensity to hate everyone’

-Lizzy to Darcy


-Shows how Darcy is extremely proud and takes prejudice over everyone he meets

‘His appearance was greatly in his favour’

-Wickham; Appearance vs reality


-He is really good looking and gains all female attention in the room

‘Inferiority of your connections’

-Darcy saying to Lizzy that she is too lower class so she can’t go out with him


-Context; theme of class/status

‘The business of her life was to get her daughters married’

-The only thing important to her


-shows how mrs bennet only wants to marry her daughters off, especially to keep the family’s reputation


-context: marriage was important

‘Your mother will never see you again if you don’t marry mr collins, and i will never see you again if you do’

-Mr bennet cares about lizzy and what she wants whereas mrs bennet just wants her married and secure


-context

‘Your mother will never see you again if you don’t marry mr collins, and i will never see you again if you do’

-Mr bennet cares about lizzy and what she wants whereas mrs bennet just wants her married and secure


-context

‘Wickedest young man in the world’

-Lizzy thinks darcy is after splitting jane and bingley

‘Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance’

-Shows charlottes views on marriage - something you have to do, not about love


-Context

‘Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance’

-Shows charlottes views on marriage - something you have to do, not about love


-Context

‘I could easily forgive his pride if he has not mortified mine’

-She has firm ideas and is confident


-Initial dislike towards Darcy

‘Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance’

-Shows charlottes views on marriage - something you have to do, not about love


-Context

‘I could easily forgive his pride if he has not mortified mine’

-She has firm ideas and is confident


-Initial dislike towards Darcy

‘Whatever she said was spoken in so authoritative a tone, as marked her self importance’

-Lady C is very fond of herself and believes she is above everyone else because of her place in the hierarchy


- Context

‘I am not to be trifled with’

-Lady C is very authoritative and confident


-Pitting Lizzy back in her place

‘I am not to be trifled with’

-Lady C is very authoritative and confident


-Doesn’t like not having her own way/being disagreed with


-Putting Lizzy back in her place

‘Ah! Jane, I take your place now, and you must go lower, because i am a married woman’

-Shows how ignorant and selfish Lydia is


-She is mocking her sisters because she is married and they aren’t


-CONTEXT: status is influenced by marriage

‘I do not deserve it! oh! why is everybody not as happy?’

-Jane, she is extremely happy now that she is back with Bingley


-She is humble and selfless, wants everyone else to be as happy as her

‘She is a very headstrong foolish girl, and does not know her own interest’

-Lizzy is Headstrong - confident in herself and goes against common stereotypes of women and ideas of marriage

‘Her heart whispered that he had done it for her’

-Inner conflict for her love for Darcy


-Theme of love

‘deeply rooted dislike’

-Lizzy dislikes Darcy on her first impressions of him because he is proud


-Even though he has a lot of money she doesn’t like him like most women

‘I do not particularly like your way of getting husbands’

-Lizzy to Lydia


-shows her views on society, goes against most people’s contextual ideas in these times

‘He is an angel’

-Lydia thinks Wickham is perfect and doesn’t see the real side to him


-She is young and immature

‘Your arrogance, your conceit and your self disdain’

-Lizzy has a strong dislike towards darcy and says to him what she doesn’t like about him

‘How i should like to be married before any of you’

-Lydia


-Foreshadowing