She uses this, along with vivid language to critique the social values of society during the feminist movement. Also, from the first minute the audience lays eyes on him, MacFayden manages to bring Darcy across as a shy but proud man who almost immediately gazes upon Elizabeth admirably.
Darcy because of his kindness. The romantic novelist Jane Austen satirizes her society and those who follow it. The newest movie adaptation of the world renowned classic Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, prompts the question; Why do we need yet another version of this classic tale?
Deane Telgen. Only to base it on a sense of position in the social hierarchy rather than on the evaluation of inner worth.
Citations: Francis, Diana. Although independence was not an option for these girls if they desired to find happiness. Your lively talents would place you in the greatest danger in an unequal marriage. Marcia McClintock Flolsom.
Darcy Matthew Macfadyen who she promptly dislikes for insulting her and paying no attention to her, and yet, is strangely attracted to him.
Even today, readers all over the world learn to enjoy her writing style and the settings among the landed gentry, a largely historical British social class, consisting of landowners who could live entirely off rental income Wikipedia.