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Title: Pride & Prejudice: Elizabeth's Internal conflict

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Subject: English
Author: June M
Date: September 20, 2012
Level: University
Grade: A
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Therefore, she becomes unwilling to recognize the attraction she has for him due to an inability to act on it. This internal struggle between attraction and prejudice proves to be the biggest obstacle Elizabeth must overcome in order to attain the love she desires. Elizabeth's prejudice against Darcy stems from his original insult of her and his socially superior demeanor...

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Darcy's insult leaves Elizabeth "with no very cordial feelings towards him" (Austen 9); however, she speaks humorously about the "ridiculous" comment with her friends. Although Elizabeth dismissively jokes about Darcy, her pride inwardly pains, which she subtly admits while the Bennet women are visiting the Lucases...

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