The characters of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” reveal the life of England’s upper society of the second decade of the XIX century.
The misunderstanding between Elizabeth and Darcy in the first place took place due to social class differences and the prejudice existing in each of them.
Darcy’s personality has a high impact on making Elizabeth eventually intrigued and interested in him.
True love can fight the pride and prejudice which exists in the society and especially among the representatives of different social classes.
Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” is a very complex novel revealing the life and courtship of the upper society in England.
The symbolism of Elizabeth’s visit to Pemberley is essential for general concept of Jane Austen’s novel.