Final part 2. Autumn Houser. Biography.
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In the story Pride and Prejudice Elizabeth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet. She a child of five and out of all of the children her father favors her the most. She is a lot different from her other siblings by the way she kept a head on her shoulders and didn’t focus on the unimportant things in life like her sisters. Elizabeth’s mother wanted the best for her daughters, and wanted them to grow into ladies and settle down with fine men. She became anxious when a young man moved down the road from them and right away saw a match for Elizabeth’s oldest sister Jane.One night they had in some ways you could call a Cinderella moment. They all arrived to a dance where Mr. Bingley, the man from down the road danced with Jane for most of the night. His friend Mr. Darcy was unhappy with the night and refused to dance with Elizabeth. As weeks go by since the dance Mr. Darcy becomes more curious about Elizabeth and grows fond of her. Jane goes to visit Mr. Bingley one day but when arrives becomes ill due to the weather on her trip there. Elizabeth goes to take care of her sister and soon finds that Mr. Bingley’s sister does not care much for Jane. She becomes very jealous of Elizabeth when she notices that the man she is aiming for, Mr. Darcy is giving Elizabeth more attention then her. While visiting a friend Elizabeth plans on seeing Mr. Darcy during her visit as well. Mr. Darcy had left the Netherfield and returned to London which made Jane upset. After not seeing him the whole trip he appears and asks Elizabeth for her hand in marriage. She refused and scolds him for being arrogant and selfish for persuading Mr. Bingley to leave her sister and be as far away from her as possible. Mr. Darcy then writes her a letter telling her he only did it because he felt as thought their love was not strong or real enough for their relationship. Elizabeth decides to find out for herself what Mr. Darcy is like so she visits his home town. While finding out good things about him she receives a letter saying her sister had gone off with a man and are nowhere to be found. She is afraid they are together out of wedlock and is upset that something like this would happen to her family. She returns home while her father and uncle are out in search for her sister and have no luck. She soon gets a letter saying that the man has agreed to marry her sister. They believe he was paid off by her uncle but Elizabeth soon comes to know that it was Mr. Darcy who had paid him to marry her sister.Jane and Mr. Bingley get married when he returns to her while Mr. Darcy’s aunt hears new on her nephew wanting to propose to Elizabeth. She doesn’t think that someone like Elizabeth is good enough to marry her nephew so she tells her to reject him when he proposes. One day they go out for a walk and Jane thanks him for helping save his sister and making her happy. Mr. Darcy explains how he feel about her and proposes. She accepts the proposal and now her and her sister Jane are married.