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About the Author: Jane Austen
Excerpts from the original text: Pride and Prejudice
"How shameful what I did!" she exclaimed, "I've always been proud of myself, thinking that I can tell right from wrong!-I have always regarded myself very high and thought that I was good at it! I often look down on my sister. This kind of tolerance and kindness, often showing useless suspicion, to satisfy one's vanity-how shame this thing shakes out!-But it should be really shameful! If I really fall in love, I can’t be blinded to be more pathetic than this! But I’m stupid not because I’m falling in love, but because I’m stupid. ——Just when we first met, if someone has a good impression of me, I’m happy. , The other person ignored me, and I became angry. Therefore, no matter which of them, I provoke prejudice and ignorance, and drive away reason. Until now, I No one knows it."—— Quoted from page 168
Pride and Prejudice Short Summary
Pride and Prejudice Book Review and Analysis
- The rich connotation can make the eyes bright;
- Good communication skills show personal charm;
- It has to be a little bit Young talents attract attention;
- A healthy body and mind can give people a sense of vitality;
- Sincere feelings, no matter whether they are relatives or friends(people with true temperaments can attract people with true temperaments);
- There is a mind that can accommodate(A narrow-minded person is easily disgusting);
- Everyone's demeanor(can be understood as a self-confident temperament);
- A strong heart and can withstand pressure;
- Vanity must be appropriate and not excessive;
- Easy to get along with;
- Self-esteem, and self-love.
Reading notes (Chapter 6 on page 18)
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