Pride and Prejudice

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Elizabeth Bennet is the woman protagonist in the novel Pride and Prejudice written by Jane Austen. She is the second born in a household of five girls. She is also her fathers favourite and though she says she loves her mother a lot, she equally disagrees with her specifically on matters marriage. We see Elizabeth being not solely smart and beautiful which is what attracts Mr. Darcy to her but she tends to react fast and primarily based on first impressions. She also judges and tends to see things in mild of her values and beliefs regardless of the situation.

With time, Elizabeth is able to study that in life one has to have both sides of the story before jumping into conclusions. She believes Mr. Wickham over Mr. Darcy simply because Wickham is more outgoing and social (Austen,1906). This leads to her declining Darcy’s proposal on the basis of him being mean and behaving in a not so gentlemanly. Elizabeth also blames him for breaking up Jane and Charles. When she rejects Darcy and tells him off, he walks away and writes her a letter explaining his reasons. These help shed more light on every situation and as such Elizabeth realizes that she judged him harshly and in a prejudiced manner by only considering her opinion and stand and not taking into account everything.

The development and growth shown by Elizabeth help show and explain the theme of environment and upbringing as a foundation for how children behave as they grow and their ability to change. Elizabeth is raised in a wealthy family where she is used to having an opinion and often that opinion being taken as truth (Austen,1906). With time her characters growth and development shows that one has to have an opinion but that does not necessarily culminate to truth in regards to situations and people and hoe we perceive or see them.

1984 is a novel by George Orwell in which he uses Utopia also known as nowhere land, a concept that has been used over time in literature where society is perfect in all aspects of humanity. In his Utopia, Orwell creates a place of technological advancement whereby the use of fear as a manipulation tool is very high as long as individuals do not conform to current political standings (Orwell,1985). His aim is to show his reader that certain political choices come with consequences some bigger than others and their effect on human nature.

The major theme in the book is Nationalism which tends to explain phenomena behind each and every political phenomenon (Orwell,1985). Positive Nationalism is shown or often refers to phenomenon that the people love. In this case we see how Oceanians love Big brother, they also love British Israelism and Celtic Nationalism. That is to say where the people agree with a certain aspect of politics they will support it and have a great love for it. Negative nationalism such as Oceanians Hatred towards Anglophobia and Emmanuel Goldstein. This means as long as the people do not agree with you or your political disposition then hatred ensues and the person or phenomena is no longer of value to them. We also see transferred nationalism whereby, it is very easy for Oceanian’s to transfer their hatred we see when the orator deviates and shows hatred to a certain phenomenon all of Oceania gains a new enemy(Orwell,1985)..

All these are visible in readers today whereby as a nation we tend to support candidates that come up with policies that favor us individually and do not bother if we are not affected (Orwell,1985). It also becomes very easy for us as a people to show hatred toward people even when they have done us no wrong as long as our leaders tell us that these people are wrong and often we do so without asking questions or considering the impact of our actions. It is very easy for us to hate people due to their race or social standing without understanding them as long as the order comes from leaders we trust. Often this actions have consequences because from hate comes violence just to name a few of the consequences and in turn slow growth as a state and a nation.

WORKS CITED

Austen, Jane. Pride and prejudice. Massachusetts: D. Estes Company, 1906.

Orwell, George. 1984. Massachusetts: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1985.

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