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Pride and Prejudice

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Who are the characters of Jane Austen

Why did Darcy try to discourage Charles Bingley from seeing Jane Bennet

How did Elizabeth learn about Darcy's role in convincing Charles Bingley to not become romantically involved with Jane Bennet

Why did Mr Darcy's demeanor toward other people change from one of indifference to one of courtesy and hospitality

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Why didn't Jane Austen marry?

AnswerBecause she would not marry without affection, and when she found love with a Mr. Tom LeFroy, she did not want to be in the way of his family. He was as poor as she was, and she felt guilty for taking more money from LeFroy and therefore taking money away from his family who depended on him. Of course it was all in vain, since LeFroy ended up becoming rich within his law practice, and Jane became wealthy with her writing. Sad, yes; but who knows if she would have written the same genius if she were married.AnswerJane Austen's relationship with Tom Lefroy is speculated about, but appears to have consisted of their having met five times, four at balls and once when Lefroy visited her briefly at her home. Unquestionably, they were very much attracted to each other, as both wrote about this. Also, unquestionably, they could not have been considered a great match for each other because of their lack of income. There was a man named Harris Bigg-Wither, who proposed marriage to Jane Austen in 1802. He was very wealthy, having an income of about 12,000 pounds per annum - more than Darcy had. She accepted this proposal, but after thinking about it overnight, broke off the engagement. This may have been because she did not have much affection for him, but any comments she may have made about it have been lost.There are related links to Wikipedia articles below.


What novel did Jane Austen dedicate to the Prince of Wales?

Jane Austen dedicated the novel Emma to the Prince of Wales, but not by choice. It was requested by the Prince himself that the dedication be made. Jane Austen thought the Prince to be a dirty adulterer and this can be found in many letters she wrote to friends and family.


How tall is Godwin Austen?

Mount Godwin Austen is about 8611 meters high. This is equivalent to 28251 feet. Mount Godwin Austen is found in Pakistan and is a major tourist attraction site.


What book series found in a Jane Austen book is mentioned in the Jane Austen book club movie?

The Mysteries of Udolfo by Ann Radcliffe


What is myosin?

Myosins are a large family of motor proteins found in eukaryotic tissues. They are responsible for actin-based motility.


Who helped Jane Austen to become a wounderful writer?

Clearly there were a number of people who helped Jane Austen become the great writer she was. Many of these were in her family. She was closest to her sister, Cassandra, who doubtless reviewed much or most of what she wrote. She got encouragement from parents and other siblings. She was promoted by her brothers to a large degree, and they found and dealt with her publishers.


Where can you get Jane Austen style dress for a themed party?

There are Jane Austen ready made dresses in etsy.com. You can buy it there or either have a look at the dresses style. I found this interesting site LIFO.com where you can share your ideas about fashion.


How many languages have Jane Austen's novels been translated into?

i know that it is 35 different languages, but i havent found out what they all are.


What family is iron found in?

metals family.


What family is aluminum found in?

Aluminum is found in the family of Boron group or Group 13


What is responsible for the fizz found in Fizzy drinks?

CO2


What is responsible for encoding the proteins found in a cell?

genome


What is the family of the Gila woodpecker?

Found in the family Melanerpes.


What is the cerebellum responsible for?

The Cerebellum can be found where the human's skull curves inwards. It is responsible for justifying coordination and balance.


Is the driver responsible if drugs were found in the car?

All occupants in the car are held responsible, and the car seized.


What is responsible for the cerebellum?

The Cerebellum can be found where the human's skull curves inwards. It is responsible for justifying coordination and balance.


In what family is the polar bear found?

the BEAR family. easy


What family is a black panther found in?

panthers are in the family of the wildcats.


What family is uranium found in?

Uranium is a member of the actinides family.


What kind of cells are chloroplast found in?

Chloroplasts are found in mostly in plants and protists. They are responsible for photosynthesis.


Which particle is found in the nucleus and it is responsible for nuclear stability?

Neutron


What chemical found in plants is responsible for photosynthesis?

chlorophyll :D


Which organelle found in muscle is responsible for ATP production?

Mitochondrion


What is the moral values can found on Novel Catch Us If You Can?

responsible


Which sense organ is responsible for touching?

The touch receptors found in the skin are responsible. These receptors are called Meissiners's corpuscle.