Marriage as a perfect ending to the novel written by Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice. People find themselves conflicted with the rules in society. However, rebelling to these rules of the society leads to happiness since the best path to happiness is in compromise. This setting is familiar with Jane Austen’s book Pride and Prejudice. The book is in the 19th century setting, in England. Elizabeth Bennet is a productive independent woman who seems to be in a position where she might never get married because of her family’s financial situation. Mr. Darcy is a popular and stable man who falls for Elizabeth even though they have little in common. They are different since they were raised in different family backgrounds and social classes. At first, Mr. Darcy was critical of Elizabeth social standing, disproving of her associations. Likewise, Elizabeth was critical of Mr. Darcy as she thought that he was arrogant. However, both were intelligent and principled. As the novel ends, we see the two decide to compromise in order to be happy. Marriage is the best ending of the play since it affirms the standard value of society. Marriage builds from love and romance, compromise, pride and prejudice, modesty and self-humbling. Love and romance are leading factors to marriage. The novel by Jane Austen allows the reader to see how she sees marriage and society. She even puts it in the start of her book. “It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a considerable fortune must be in want of a wife” (Austen, 10). It is clear that she is questioning whether an unmarried rich man is the ultimate desire of other unmarried women. The words open up the novel to the genre of romance. The statements beg the reader to ask if Jane Austen thinks it is moral for women to marry for money. The plot of the novel is a complex love story that engages romantics from the beginning. Darcy and Elizabeth courtship is full of stumbling blocks...
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