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Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy
Mr Darcy shows pride and prejudice towards Eliza when they
first meet.
He may seem arrogant as he is natural shy, introverted and
He comes from a well-respected, wealthy family.
tempered and vicious.
He is well-mannered and acts like a gentleman, in this case he
meets social expectations.
He is loyal and hardworking, and looks after his staff.
and she believe her opinion matters.
Mrs Hurst
She is the elder sister of Caroline Bingley.
Mr Collins
She is the opposite of her brother Mr Bingley.
Miss Caroline Bingley
She agrees with everything that Miss Bingley says.
Despite Mr Collins' lacks common sense, as he fails to realise when
Married to Mr Hurst to gain socially and financially
Mr Bennet is mocking him- much like Mrs Bennet.
Fancies Mr Darcy out of social class, jealous of Elizabeth.
Despite being a man of the church he is very superficial which was
demonstrated when proposing to Lizzie as none of his reasons for
Miss Bingley is vulgar and displays the negative definition of
marriage included love.
She is a gossip and is quick to judge, snobby & full of pride, quick
Lacks knowledge of social etiquette (he introduced himself to Mr
She is very manipulative and tries to force her opinions onto others
Darcy instead of waiting to be introduced by someone).
`Conceited, pompous, narrow minded and silly.'
He uses his high society connections to Lady de Bourgh to try and
raise his own social class.
He demonstrates pride.
Charlotte Lucas (Collins)
Lizzie Bennet's best friend.
She disagrees with Elizabeth's views on marriage and marries
Mr Collins for the freedom away from her family as she feared
being unmarried despite not loving him.
Is a Lucas daughter and is viewed by Mrs Bennet as competition
for husbands.
Mr Wickham
Mr Wickham is manipulative, handsome and well mannered.
Marries for money.
Dislikes Mr Darcy as he was stopped when trying to elope with
a 15 year old Georgiana Darcy.
Tries to elope with Lydia Bennet in order to try to gain
financially but ends up having to marry her.
Childhood friend with Mr Darcy.…read more

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Lady Catherine de Bourgh
Lady de Bourgh expressed both pride and prejudice.
She reflects the worst attitudes of highest social classes.
Is Mr Darcy's aunt.
her older sisters.
child-like nature.
She is full of pride and believes everyone else is below her.
She thinks she is the only one who knows how to do things
despite not actually having any experience domestically due her
Her overbearing nature has made her daughter weak and timid.
Immature and likes to be loud.
Hopes Mr Darcy marries her daughter to keep wealth within
the family.
Lydia Bennet
Miss Lydia Bennet is the youngest Bennet sister.
Elopes with Mr Wickham, doesn't realise he doesn't love her.
Her sentence structures are very basic showing immaturity and
She is silly and unintelligent, and has many traits like her mother.
Is obsessed with the soldiers and loves the idea of marrying before
PROFILES…read more


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