Use of heroine's viewpoint

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The book centres around Elizabeth's development in her relationship with Darcy.

Her developmental journey from being a daughter to becoming a wife

the evoulution of her prejudice and the turning point (letter) her changing feelings and then the ending

Their relationships contrasting with the others in the book.

From seeing the world from Elizabeth's eyes, we begin to empathise with her

For half the book though, she is too quick to judge, particularly Darcy and Wickham. The reader mocks her from the outside as we know the truth before…


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