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Cards in this guide (20)
Who are the characters of Jane Austen

Mr Darcy Elizabeth Bennet Jane Bennet Mary Bennet Kitty Bennet Lydia Bennet Mrs Bennet Mr Bennet Mr Collins Mr Bingley Mr Wickham Lady Catherine

Who was the owner of the large estate at Derbyshire

Mr. Darcy

What happened the first time Mr Darcy proposed to Elizabeth

Elizabeth rejected Darcy.

She gave her reasons for this, which included the fact that he had separated her sister Jane from his friend, Bingley; the fact that she believed he had ruined Wickham, and the fact that she regarded him as conceited and arrogant.

Darcy muddled his response to this, and needed to write his famous letter to clarify the issue. He made it clear that he regarded her family as very inferior to his own, and that he regarded separating Jane from Bingley as doing his friend a service.

Both of them were clearly very angry by the time the scene was over.

Where did Darcy propose to Elizabeth

The library of Hunsford

Who are mrs bennet's siblings

Mr. Gardiner and Mrs. Phillips

What was the relationship between Jane and Elizabeth and Mrs Phillips
How did Elizabeth learn about Darcy's role in convincing Charles Bingley to not become romantically involved with Jane Bennet

Colonel Fitzwilliam told Elizabeth taht Mr. Darcy had saved Charles Bingly from an imprudent marrige.

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

Darcy wanted to win Elizabeth's favor.

What is the correct description of Pemberley
How did Mr Bennet respond to Elizabeth's plea that her father not allow his young daughter to go to Brighton

mr. Bennet states that he did not want to listen to Lydia's complaning if she had to stay at Longbourn.

When did Elizabeth learn the truth about wickham

When she read darcy's letter
Elizabeth learns the truth about Wickham when she reads Darcy's letter. She does not accept all that he says at first, but eventually she recognizes Wickham's depravity.

Why was Elizabeth disappointed with her father
How did Mr Darcy's feel about Elizabeth's reaction to his marriage proposal

Distraught.

Darcy expected Elizabeth to feel flattered that he would propose to her and ofcourse accept his proposal. But when she refuses him atfirst he was angry but then later on when he came to think about it , he realises that he had misjudged her, and that she was not the type of woman who would marry a man only for his money.

Elizabeth would probably agree with which of these statements with regard to the events that occurred at the Netherfield ball

George Wickham did not attend the ball at Netherfield, because he did not want to meet Mr. Darcy

Where does Lady Catherine de Bourgh live

Lady Catherine lives at an estate called Rosings, in Kent. Mr. Collins home, called Hunsford, is very near it.

Why did darcy try to discourage charles bingley from seeing Jane

Darcy thought that Jane was not instrested in Mr Bingley

Why does Lady Catherine visit Elizabeth

Lady Catherine visits Elizabeth to make sure Elizabeth and Darcy will not get married.

Which of these is an incorrect explanation of incredulous solicitude in Pride and Prejudice

Elizabeth concurred with Jane's assessment of her relationship with Mr. Bingley

What best summarizes Elizabeth's view of marriage in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

The full question is:

What best summarizes Elizabeth's view of marriage in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen?

Choices:

  • Elizabeth is not interested in getting married for any reason
  • Elizabeth believes that a marriage should be based on love
  • Elizabeth is convinced that having a marriage that is based on love is impossible
  • Elizabeth knows that a marriage should be based on love but is also willing to accept financial security as the main reason to get married

Elizabeth believes that a marriage should be based on love.

What is the tone of the author toward Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner as described in this reading passage

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