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Pride and Prejudice.

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Pride and Prejudice Lydia is the youngest Bennet daughter, and she is described as silly and untamed. Lydia is unaware of the consequences that are produced by her careless actions throught the book. Lydia's actions usually result in stress and embarrassment for the family. Is Lydia really responsible for her actions? Lyidias character ressembles her mothers. She's loud, confident and often silly. Her mothers relationship with her father is evidently a diaster. It is evident that Lydias relationship with Wickham as we are shown that her mothers realtionship with her father didn't work. We are also told that Mr and Mrs Bennetts was firstly based on physical attraction. This ressembles Lydias and Wickhams relationship which will evidnetly lead to disaster. This shows that Lydia is not to be blamed for her actions as it is due to her character and her mothers influence, both of which Lydia is not responsible for. Lydia is very silly, she shows no signs of remorse for all the trouble she has caused, and like her mother, all she cares about is getting married. ...read more.

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Her actions would affect her sisters if they wanted to marry. Her actions were thoughtless towards her sisters. Lydia throughout the book, for her actions has brought embarrassment and shame to her family. This is evident as when Lydia elopes with Wickham, Elizabeths chances of marrying Darcy are ruined. Lydia does not care that her actions affect her family in these ways, but only cares for herself. Lydia as she is the youngest daughter was introduced to society and men at a very early age. "Although I am the youngest, I am also the tallest." Lydia feels at an early age that she is superior to her sisters. Her parents should have told her otherwise, but the lack of parental guidance leads her to believe this way. Lydia is therefore not responsible for her untamed and wild character. Wickham has attracted many women, Mary King, Georgiana and Lydia's sister Elizabeth. Although Elizabeth was aware of Wickhams true character Lydia was unaware and was truly in love with Wickham. If she was aware of Wickham's character then she would not have eloped. ...read more.

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The entire family is in turmoil, and Colonel Forster is trying to locate the couple. Mr. Bennet is going to London, and Jane asks Elizabeth to come home right away. Lydia is the youngest Bennet daughter, and she is described as silly and untamed. Lydia is unaware of the consequences that are produced by her careless actions throught the book. Lydia's actions usually result in stress and embarrassment for the family. Is Lydia really responsible for her actions? Lyidias character ressembles her mothers. She's loud, confident and often silly. Her mothers relationship with her father is evidently a diaster. It is evident that Lydias relationship with Wickham as we are shown that her mothers realtionship with her father didn't work. We are also told that Mr and Mrs Bennetts was firstly based on physical attraction. This ressembles Lydias and Wickhams relationship which will evidnetly lead to disaster. This shows that Lydia is not to be blamed for her actions as it is due to her character and her mothers influence, both of which Lydia is not responsible for. ...read more.

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