Pride and Prejudice: Reputation & Society

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Mind Map on Pride and Prejudice: Reputation & Society, created by moorea on 12/02/2014.

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Pride and Prejudice: Reputation & Society
1 Darcy:
1.1 Thinks he is too good for everyone in the ball room in the first chapter.
1.2 Upper class society
1.3 At the start he is rude and impertinent towards anyone in a lower class
1.4 Defies society by marrying Elizabeth
1.5 Darcy's reputation is very important to him
2 Quotes:
2.1 'Truth universally acknowledged...'
2.2 'She is tolerable, but not handsome enough to tempt me.'
2.3 'Do not make your self uneasy my dear cousin about your apparel
2.4 V:4 C:11. 'They were intact very fine ladies... fortune and their own had been aquired by trade'
3 Context:
3.1 Someones reputation and their place in society was always very important as it defined their life
3.2 When Lydia married Wickham her reputation would have been destroyed if she didn't as she had a relationship while unmarried
3.3 Collins proposed to Elizabeth so she could be married as every womans aim should be to marry in their life
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