Themes in Pride and Prejudice

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Themes in Pride and Prejudice
1 Pride
1.1 CH3: 'He was the proudest and most disagreeable man in the world.'
1.2 CH11: 'Where there is a real superiority of mind, pride will always be under regulation.'
1.3 CH15: 'Made him altogether a mixture of pride and obsequiousness, self-importance and humility.'
1.4 CH28: 'One of her lady's carriages, for she has several.'
1.5 CH34: 'In vain I have struggled
1.6 CH34: 'had not your pride been hurt by my honest confession.'
2 Marriage
2.1 CH1: 'It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of good fortune must be in want of a wife.'
2.2 CH6: 'A lady's admiration is very rapid; It jumps from admiration to love, from love to matrimony in a moment.'
2.3 CH19: 'My reasons for marrying are...'
2.4 CH19: 'It is the particular advice and recommendation of the very noble lady whom I have the honour of calling patroness.'
2.5 CH20: 'You must make Lizzy come and marry Mr Collins.'
2.6 CH22: 'I'm not a romantic you know. I never was. I ask only of a comfortable home.'
2.7 CH34: 'He spoke of apprehension and anxiety but his countenance expressed real security.'
2.8 CH47: 'Tell Lydia that she will have as much money as she chuses, after they are married.
2.9 CH58: 'Are you quite certain that you can be happy with him?'
2.10 CH59: 'You will have more fine carriages that Jane. But will they make you happy?'
3 Money
3.1 CH1: 'a single man of large fortune...what a fine thing for our girls.'
3.2 CH5: 'If I were as rich as Mr Darcy... I should not care how proud I was.'
3.3 CH16: 'The world is blinded by his fortune and consequence.'
3.4 CH33: 'There are not to many in my rank of life who can afford to marry without some attention to money.'
3.5 CH33: 'I suppose you would not ask above fifty-thousand.'
4 Class
4.1 CH8: 'With such a mother and father, and such low connections.'
4.2 CH11: 'He began to feel the danger of paying Elizabeth too much attention.'
4.3 CH18: 'I consider the clerical office equal in point of dignity with the highest rank in the kingdom.'
5 Prejudice
5.1 CH3: 'His character was decided.'
5.2 CH4: 'Not too clever to be a valuable neighbour to Mrs Bennett.'
5.3 CH18: 'You hardly ever forgave that your resentment once created was unappeasable.'
5.4 CH34: 'In spite of her deeply rooted dislike.'
5.5 CH34: 'You choose to tell me that you liked me against your will.'
5.6 CH34: 'could you expect me to rejoice in the inferiority of your connections.'
6 Love
6.1 CH10: 'How frequently Mr Darcy's eyes were fixed on her.'
6.2 CH10: 'Darcy had never been so bewitched by anyone as he was by her.'
6.3 CH12: 'She attracted him more than he liked.'
6.4 CH18: 'For in Darcy's breast there was a tolerable, powerful feeling towards her.'
6.5 CH19: 'You (Mr Collins) could not make me happy.'
6.6 CH32: 'She blushed as she answered.'
6.7 CH32: 'My dear, Eliza, he must be in love with you.'
6.8 CH34: 'You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.'
6.9 CH40: 'She dared not relate the other half of his letter.'
6.10 CH43: 'Their eyes instantly met and the cheeks of each were overspread with the deepest blush.'
6.11 CH58: 'It taught me to hope as I had scarcely ever allowed myself to hope before.'
6.12 CH58: 'He expressed himself as sensibly and warmly as a man violently in love can be supposed to do.'
6.13 CH59: 'I love him. Indeed he has no improper pride. He is perfectly amiable.'
7 Good Breeding
7.1 CH8: 'so extremely accomplished for her age.'
7.2 CH29: 'No governess! How is that possible?'
7.3 You ought all to have learned (to play and sing)
7.4 CH29: 'You give your opinion very decidedly so for such a young person.'
7.5 CH31: ;Mr Darcy looked a little ashamed of his aunt's ill-breeding.'
8 Social Expectations
8.1 CH7: 'In all this dirt! You will not be fit to be seen.'
8.2 CH7: 'Her appearance created a great deal of surprise.'
8.3 CH8: 'She had no conversation , no stile, no taste, no beauty.'
8.4 Ch9: 'Lizzy! Remember where you are and do not run on in the wild manner that you are suffered to do at home.'
8.5 CH13: 'The hall, the dining room and all its furniture were examined and praised.'
8.6 CH18: 'Its your turn to say something now, Mr Darcy.'

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