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|Your plan is a good one," replied Elizabeth, " where nothing is in question but the |
desire of being well married; and if I were determined to get a rich husband, or
any husband, I dare say I ... Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance.
|How Six Novels Taught Me About Love, Friendship, and the Things That Really |
Matter William Deresiewicz ... “Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of
chance,” said one of Austen's young ladies, “and it is better to know as little as
|In the comedy of manners that follows, Jane Austen portrays Elizabeth's prejudice toward a man who has resolved to be particularly careful to hide any sign of his admiration for her--with all of the consequent misunderstandings and ...|
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|This is not all; you must entirely new furnish your house after my taste, you must |
hire two more footmen to attend me, two ... Marriage. and. happiness. “Happiness
in marriage is entirely a matter of chance. If the dispositions of the parties are ...
|Seth portrays the failure of love marriage through the incompatible marriage of |
Arun Mehra and Meenakshi. Meenakshi is a ... Charlotte believes that "
Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance" (22). She "sacrifices every
|Wasn't it your Jane Austen who wrote “Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter |
of chance”? I don't agree with her—do you, Cressida?' 'I don't know,' she sad
soberly. 'I've not been married, so how would I be able to tell?' It was a dark night
|Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice, Charlotte Lucas tells her friend Elizabeth |
Bennet that it is better to go into a marriage blind to the other person's faults. “
Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance. If the dispositions of the
|Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance. If the dispositions of the |
parties are ever so well known to each other beforehand, it does not advance
their felicity in the least. They always grow sufficiently alike afterwards to have
|INTRODUCTION Christopher Blum Thomas More College “Happiness in |
marriage is entirely a matter of chance” (see p. 24). This grim doctrine, espoused
by Charlotte Lucas in one of the opening chapters of Pride and Prejudice, serves
as a ...