Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen) essay
"In the moral sphere a man must act in accordance with his ideas, and in the course of action his ideas themselves will undergo development... it is by choice that he grows"
(J.F. Danley, Shakespeare's doctrine of nature)
Has this statement any relevance to the action of Pride and Prejudice?
The concept of this doctrine does indeed make relevance with pride and prejudice in several ways. The thought of people's ideas changing after the action of them can be traced back to a few characters in the story.
One for instance would be Elizabeth who was a person who was more open eared and found…
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