Pride And Prejudice - ProProfs Quiz
Who does Mr. Darcy declare to be “tolerable” at the Meryton Assembly? 5. What is Who believes that happiness in marriage is entirely a “matter of chance”? 8. She is jealous of Darcy's growing attraction to Elizabeth. Elizabeth insulted Miss Bingley at the ball. Wickham has told Miss Bingley lies about Elizabeth's. What does Miss Bingley interrupt Darcy from doing? From reading. at to Mrs Bennet? Of making amends (suggesting sub-textually marriage with one of the.
This was not to be borne. Her feelings ran the gamut from anger to hurt and embarrassed. She was aghast at the outcome of all her plans. First, her attempt to separate Charles from Jane. That was reasonable; she would never believe Jane was anything but a fortune hunter.
Why no one else could see that, she simply did not understand. Second, her arts at securing Darcy as a husband. They were perfect for each other. She was everything he needed in a wife and she would be the perfect hostess as they became the center of his social circle. From their first acquaintance, she had always pictured herself on his arm as his wife. And lastly, her infuriation and humiliation at his choosing that country chit over her.
She should have been mistress of Pemberley not that little nobody with no sense of fashion, no awareness of social status, ignorant to the expectations of the ton, good society and… and… she was at a loss of words to describe the deficits of Elizabeth Bennet.
Caroline Bingley by Jennifer Becton
She refused to acknowledge her as Mrs. Darcy, and as far as an apology to her, that would never happen.
It can happen in small ways in hidden places, or in big ways on a world stage. You can spend a lifetime resenting the tests, angry about the slights and the injustices. Or, you can rise above it.
There were many subtle layers that needed to be peeled back in order to reveal the motives of the story. Caroline was a very convoluted character.
Social issues were addressed, society was changing, social status and social order was challenged. The concept of a marriage for love was foreign to her. The very fabric of her belief system was being challenged and she did not like it one bit.
Also, life seemed to be constantly putting a mirror in front of her and she did not like the reflection. She struggled against the restraints society placed on women and their subjugation to the control of men over their freedoms, their wealth, and their independence. On one hand, I did not like her as she held on to her anger, bias, and disdain like a dog with a bone.
Just try to take it from her and she would bite your hand off. She was vicious in her exalted opinions and schemes to rise on the social ladder. On the other I felt for her as she was a product of the opinions and influence of others on her life. As a young lady, she was sent from her family to a seminary for girls.
There she met those above her in station and social status. What does Miss Bingley tell Jane? How does Jane interpret this letter? How does Elizabeth interpret it?
Pride and Prejudice Quiz
Characterize Jane by examining her responses to the Darcy-Wickham controversies, to Bingley's absence, to Charlotte's marriage, and then Ms. After Jane goes to London with her aunt and uncle, what contact does she have with the Bingley family? How does Jane respond to her first meeting with Miss Bingley? How does she respond to their second meeting?
On the way to see Charlotte and Mr. Elizabeth is surprised to learn about Jane's present condition. What is bothering her? The Gardiners We meet more of Elizabeth and Jane's relatives in chapter How are they related to Elizabeth? Gardiner differ from Elizabeth's other relatives? W hat do the Gardiners offer to do for Jane?
Does Jane accept the offer? What does Jane expect from her relationship with Miss Bingley?
Pride and Prejudice Quiz
Gardiner also has numerous opportunities to talk with Mr. Wickham have in common? What do they talk about? What does she think of him? Gardiner also makes it a point to talk to Elizabeth about Mr. What words of advice does Mrs. Why does she offer this advice?
How does Elizabeth respond to her aunt? At the end of chapter 26, Elizabeth's relationship with Mr. Why does it change? To whom does Mr. Wickham re-direct his attentions? What are his motives?
How does Elizabeth react to this? How would you describe the relationship between Elizabeth and Mr. Wickham as she leaves for London and Hunsford? When Elizabeth tells her aunt about Mr.
Wickham's relationship with Miss King, how does Mrs.
Is Elizabeth being consistent when she criticizes Charlotte for marrying Mr. Collins but accepts Mr. Wickham's relationship with Miss King? Elizabeth and Charlotte How does Elizabeth change her attitudes toward Charlotte during the revelation of the latter's marriage and afterwards? Before Charlotte Lucas marries Mr. Collins, she asks two favors of Elizabeth.
What does she ask? How does Elizabeth respond to these two requests? How does Elizabeth respond to the first letters that she receives from Charlotte after her marriage?
Gardiner invites Elizabeth to travel in the future with the Gardiners.
Where will they go? Which of Elizabeth's acquaintances lives there? When Elizabeth arrives at the Collins's house, what does she learn about the marriage between Charlotte and Mr. What are Elizabeth's first impressions of Mrs. Jenkinson and Lady Catherine's daughter? What does Elizabeth think of the park surrounding Rosings?