Journeys in pride and prejudice

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Rainy Days - An Alternative Journey from Pride and Prejudice to Passion and Love by Lory Lilian

In Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennets first impression and hasty judgment of Mr. Darcy, and that gentlemans pride and aloofness toward her loved ones took them on a long, difficult road to happiness. In Rainy Days, Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy are caught in a rainstorm two days before the Netherfield ball, and they are forced to spend a few hours alone together where they talk, listen, and better understand each others feelings. However, even when original pride and prejudice are overcome, new obstacles arise. The road to true love is never smooth, and surprises along the way enhance the passion of the journey. Rainy Days - an alternative journey from Pride and Prejudice to passion and love.
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Hooked on Austen: A Transmedia Tale of Pride and Prejudice

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12 Step Novel Breakdown: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

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One such journey that begins the novel is the arrival of Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy to Netherfield. Everyone in town began to anticipate their arrival and the place becomes lively with balls and gatherings. This is inevitably when Jane and Mr. Bingley meet, as well as Elizabeth and Mr. Bingley first laid eyes on one another.

In a sense, Pride and Prejudice is the story of two courtships—those between Darcy and Elizabeth and between Bingley and Jane. Within this broad structure appear other, smaller courtships: Mr. Courtship therefore takes on a profound, if often unspoken, importance in the novel. Marriage is the ultimate goal, courtship constitutes the real working-out of love. Nearly every scene in Pride and Prejudice takes place indoors, and the action centers around the Bennet home in the small village of Longbourn. Nevertheless, journeys—even short ones—function repeatedly as catalysts for change in the novel.

In what ways are Darcy and Elizabeth guilty of both pride and prejudice and how does this drive the action of the story? How does the change.
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  1. This week I show you how this narrative model works in the classic Jane Austen novel, Pride and Prejudice.

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