What is ironic about the way the Bingleys acquired wealth? (11) (12.Ch. 4) Is Ch


What is ironic about the way the Bingleys acquired wealth? (11) (12.Ch. 4)
Is Charlotte’s view of marriage sound reasoning or is it biased? Explain. (16). (17.Ch. 6)
Caroline Bingley comments on the “insipidity, and yet the noise – the nothingness, and yet the self-importance” of the villagers of Hertfordshire (19). (20.Ch. 6) Compare and contrast the Bingleys with the villagers of Hertfordshire. Whose company would you find more desirable and why?
After Elizabeth leaves the room, Miss Bingley complains about her which then leads to a remark that Mr. Darcy makes. What is the irony behind his remark? (28). (29.End of Ch. 8)
Wickham makes an excellent first impression (49). (52.Ch. 15) What does he possess that Mr. Darcy seems to lack?
Why is Mr. Wickham’s argument against Mr. Darcy so believable? (54-56). (55-56.Ch. 16)
What is the irony in Elizabeth accusing Darcy of being prejudiced? (64). (67-68.Ch 18) Clearly explain.
Analyze why Mrs. Bennet is so distressed over Elizabeth rejecting Mr. Collins’ marriage proposal. (75-77) (79-82 Ch. 20)
Why is Lizzy so shocked that Charlotte Lucas accepted Mr. Collins’ proposal? Do you agree with her? (85) (89.Ch. 22)
What reasoning does Charlotte Lucas give Elizabeth for accepting Mr. Collins’ proposal? Do you think she makes a sound argument? (85) (89-90.End of Ch. 22).


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