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PRESENTATION

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“Pride and Prejudice”


by Jane Austen
OUTLINE

I Remind about
Theme

II Class in “Pride and


Prejudice”

III Individuality and


Society

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I - Remind about
Theme
The theme of a story is Short stories often have through the story, and
what the author is trying just one theme, whereas the characters' actions,
to convey the central novels usually have interactions, and
idea of the story. multiple themes. motivations all reflect the
The theme of a story is story's theme.
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II – Class in
“Pride and
Prejudice

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Lady
Catherine

• Overly invested in their social position

• Guilty of mistreating other people

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Offending Lady Catherine in dinner

Her wealth and


station allow her
to be rude to
people she
considers
beneath her,
with little
consequences

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She expects people to follow her like
sycophants

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Class Combination

THE CHARLES
GARDINERS BINGLEY

UPPER
MIDDLE CLASS
CLASS
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From the UPPER CLASS
Charles Bingley
“Bingley’s chief personality trait could be amiability”

• Good humored himself and dislikes it when people around him


disagree or dispute with one another.

• Easily persuaded by friends and places, greater trust in Darcy’s


judgment than he does his own.

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“ I have not a doubt of your
doing very well together.
Your tempers are by no
means unlike. You are each
of you so complying. That
nothing will ever be resolved
in; so easy, that every
servants will cheat you; and
so generous, that you will
alwayd exceed your income”

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From the middle class

The Gardiners
Represent the honest, generous,
and industrious

• The Gardiners can also be seen as part


of the whole discussion about what
makes a gentleman

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Mr. Gardiner is “a
sensible,
QUOTES gentlemanlike man,
greatly superior to
his sister [Mrs.
Bennet] as well by
nature as
education”

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From the middle class

The Gardiners
Represent the honest, generous,
and industrious

• The Gardiners can also be seen as part


of the whole discussion about what
makes a gentleman
• They're born into the middle class,
make their money by working as a
lawyer rather than by inheriting it

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Austen does
seem to respect
the class system
in a few ways,
especially when
it operates not
as a dividing
Clean power in society,
Evergreen
Water Foliage
but as a force for
virtue and
decency.

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II –
Individual
-ity and
Society
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Characters
Individual in society must dress
face appropriately and respectable at all
times because someone is always
questions watching
about
In Pride and Prejudice, a world in
responsibility which society is actively involved in
to the world the private lives of individuals

around MEANING
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Women “ Women should
be educated in the
must have fine arts and
should be able to
play the piano and
sing at a very high
level “

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Men
must have

• Has a nice professional career.

• When men accumulate a large enough sum of


wealth they are expected to marry and have and
runa nice estate.

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Example in
“Pride and
Prejudice”

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A character goes against the
Elizabeth
social norms and maintain her
own personal thoughts
Bennet

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Society’s view
on marriage:
“Happiness in
marriage is
entirely a matter
of chance”

Elizabeth’d rather marry for


love and happiness

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She disobeyed the acceptable mannerisms that she must follow when
talking to someone of Lady Catherine’s rank.

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Proudly independent and
individualistic

Because she is as she works


confident through her
enough to go feelings for
after what she Darcy - but
wants. thankfully,
However, her Mrs. Gardiner
individualistic is there to
nature guide her
misleads her towards him
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• Class is the target of much of the
novel's criticism of society in general.
• In society there are social norms to
abide by and an individual must not
divert away from their own personal path.
Summary Nor may their actions or beliefs differ
from what society expects them to.

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Special Scene

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Thank You for
Watching
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