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How does Austen prioritise Lizzie and Darcy's romance at the end of the novel? Suggest reasons
why?

Jane Austen rewards Elizabeth the most in terms of the key themes, wealth and social class, because
of Elizabeth's personal prioritisation of love, shown through her refusal of Darcy's proposal. In his
proposal…

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"My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love
you". From Darcy not being remotely tempted by Elizabeth he grows so passionate for her that he
believes his love is strong enough to spend the rest of his life with…

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to overlook the offence." Jane Austen is bestowing favour upon them to portray her view that lovers
help each other flower. Although at times family does indeed act as a deterrent; it also accelerates
the union of the two. As, if it were not for the gallant actions of Darcy…

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