Monday, March 4, 2019
Pride and Prejudice Essay
1. What is the decisive blink of an eye that causes Lizzy to not only change her disposition about Mr. Darcy but fall in passionateness?The decisive moment that causes Lizzy (Elizabeth) to not only change her mind about Mr. Darcy but as well as fall in love with him took place during her visit to Mr. Collins habitation on the Rosings Park estate which is the family estate of Darcy. On the collar do that Elizabeth and Darcy meet during this period, Lizzy was exposed to certain truths about Darcy that made her change her mind. First, Darcys proposal of spousal relationship completely took her off-guard. Although she refused his proposal, Lizzy was nonetheless impressed and flattered by the accompaniment that Darcy had loved her all these months.Second, the letter that Darcy gave Elizabeth cleared many of her misconceptions and prejudices. She understood from Darcys account why he had created a distance amidst Bingley and Jane, and about his own reasons for disliking Wickham. It was Darcys letter that helped her see the reality. He had doubted Bingleys sure feelings for Jane as he had seen his friend fall in love on several occasions originally. Darcy didnt want the Bennet family to feel dishearten by any adverse change in events. So before Jane could get too much involved with Bingley, Darcy thought it right to experience Bingley away so that later she doesnt face a heartbreak.As far as Wickham is concerned, Elizabeth realized after reading Darcys letter that he had very genuine reason to despise Wickham. Wickham had tried to micturate Georgiana and tried to elope with her when she was just fifteen years of age. No pal flock tolerate much(prenominal) advancement towards ones sister. later in the novel, when Darcy helps Elizabeth in finding her sister Lydia who had eloped with Wickham, Lizzy came more close to Darcy romantically.2. plectrum two of the romantic poems studied by two different poets and analyze how the romanticism compares to pri de and prejudice.Two of the greatest sentimentalist poets in the history of English literature are P.B. Shelley and John Keats. Shelleys To A Skylark and Keats Ode to Autumn are jewels that adorn high romanticism. Romanticism as reflected in these two poems speaks of the ideal versus the real, imagination, subjectivism, poetic creation, change versus constant, and many other traits of romanticism. Of all these traits, the most common quality between these two Romantic poems and Pride and Prejudice is that of ideal versus real. The novel deals with the issue of marriage. Elizabeth and Darcys marriage is the ideal and perfect marriage amongst all the seven marriages shown in the novel. Their amount shows that the ideal bond is between two people of equal standing. corporal appearance is not the right parameter to judge a person, as shown through the marriage of Wickham and Lydia, the most unsuccessful marriage in the novel. The series of events that lead Elizabeth and Darcy to ana lyze and study each others record and personality, eventually bring them closer. Theirs is not a case of blind love and that is how all marriages should be. A marriage is successful only if it takes place between like-minded people. Idealism, an important trait in To A Skylark, can be found in the marriage between Darcy and Elizabeth. The optimism of Ode To Autumn where Keats says that If wintertime comes can spring be far behind, can be traced in Pride and Prejudice in the way Darcy and Elizabeth finally conjoin despite their initial prejudices.3. How does the realism of Flaubert go against the romanticism of both Austen and the poets?Flauberts realism was in reaction to the high Romanticism of late eighteenth and early 19th century in England. The realism that was practiced by Flaubert negated the high-mindedness of Romanticism. In the novel Madame Bovary, Flaubert shows how the romantic notions of an ideal marriage in the mind of a country woman led to her downfall. Unlike the idealism that helped Elizabeth find her ideal suitor in Pride and Prejudice, in Madame Bovary the aforesaid(prenominal) idealism backfires. Thus, Romanticism of Jane Austen, Keats, and Shelley do not hold true in case of Flauberts realism.4. We covered both realistic and romantic artistic production pick two pieces from each (2 romantic and 2 realistic) and relate whether the (bennetts), (emma bovary) or (charles bovary) would have this piece on their wall and why. Four pieces of art and three choices as to where to intrust them.(no pavilion at Brighton).The Bennets would put up Fuselis Nightmare and Thomas Coles The Course of Empire starkness because both these artworks depict high romanticism. Both Mr. Bennet and Elizabeth are bright beings, who love to read classics. So they would prefer more imaginative artworks such as Nightmare and The Course of Empire Desolation. Emma Bovary would prefer J.M. Millets The Gleaners for in her young days she is full of romantic notions of love and marriage. Moreover she is a country girl, so the picture of gleaners working on the countryside farm would compendium to her. Charles Bovary represents the world and characteristics that is abhorred by Emma. He is unimaginative, unintelligent, stupid, and nave. He would probably put up a picture that is as realistic and mundane as Bonheurs The Horse Fair.