irony used throughout the novel is also a constant reminder of how NOT to live our lives or how to think
Right from the start, "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife" She is mocking it as she feels that the truth isn't that straightforward. Should you really marry for money? No, she is saying that you should really marry for love and there are other things that are more important than a good marriage!
Mr Bennet uses sarcastic wit on p7 as he cnsistantly teases his wife and makes fun of his daughter Lydia
in any book, the narrators attitudes are a central part to the story as they are shown inexplicably
Dialogue: Differences in relationships shown through dialogue. Lizzy+Wickham's dialogue="Are you much acquainted with Mr Darcy?'' "As much as I ever wish to be,'' shows the only intrest they share is Mr Darcy and his 'scandalous' deeds