Everyone in the book has some degree of pride, but the key characters are often caricatures of proud people: Darcy and Elizabeth develop as characters during the course of the novel and they are also seen to have pride as part of their personality.
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The Theme of Pride In Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen looks at people who are guilty of pride, and the effects it has both on their lives and the lives of others. Everyone in the book has some degree of pride, but the key characters are often caricatures of proud people: Mr Collins and Lady.
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In 'Pride and Prejudice', the author uses a great deal of wit and irony. Sometimes one hears it in the authorial voice, as in the opening lines of the novel "It is a truth universally acknowledged. Home > Free ebooks > Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice relates the adventures of Elizabeth, second of the five sisters of the poor but respectable Bennet family.