During this historical period, it was critical that daughters were married as soon as they were of age. The role of women at the time was concentrated very much on that of home maker, infant carer, governess and submissive to men. With this in mind Mrs. Bennet urges Mr. Bennet to go and become acquainted with Mr. Bingley as soon as possible and to ?consider your daughters?. It comes as no surprise that Mrs. Bennet?s core imperative is to ?see one of? her ?daughters happily settled at Netherfield, and all the others equally well married.? Another underlying reason for the urgency of Mrs Bennet?s appeal to her husband is likely driven by the fact that Longbourn is entailed.
Good conclusions usually refer back to the question or title and address it directly - for example by using key words from the title.
How well do you think these conclusions address the title or question? Answering these questions should help you find out.
Do they use key words from the title or question?
Do they answer the question directly?
Can you work out the question or title just by reading the conclusion?
From all the relationships, I believe that Elizabeth and Darcy have the best. They married for love, not money, not beauty and not security, a marriage vow,
To Love and To Hold
That is why we marry; we shouldn't marry for money, beauty or security. Out of all these relationships Elizabeth and Darcy are the only two that married for the right reasons.
We have learnt nothing from history; people still marry for money and beauty. These marriages usually end in divorce and heartbreak.
I believe it is a relevant novel for girls and boys to read so they understand some of the situations we see in Pride and Prejudice, it also shows what and how society has changed."
"In conclusion, I note that Jane Austen has used the two main characters to explain the relevance of the title. Jane Austen, by the end of the novel, has achieved the perfect marriage state, Elizabeth and Darcy complement each other entirely now that each has overcome the strength of first impressions and their own pride and prejudice."
"In conclusion, I feel that Elizabeth and Darcy is an excellent match. They both misjudged each other, but came through all their problems and worked everything out. This is why I feel both are such a good match. Even though they have many differences, is it not true, that opposites attract?"
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