Pride and Prejudice
"It is truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife."
This quote out of the novel is the very first sentence and is also one of the themes of this novel. Though it may seem like a strange theme it was actually quite good, if not great. It gave the story funny moments, unsure twists, and a type of romantic adventure that almost every girl loves. The theme is simple, yet keeps the audiences interested and involved in thinking what will happen next. Another theme that the novel has is the idea of not judging people by their overall facade, but looking closer into what is truly going on, and in the process of doing that finding yourself as well. Though that theme may be a little difficult to recognize because young ladies in this novel, mainly the Bennet girls, generally think of nothing other than finding a good husband. Though that may be the case, this theme is still visible in the text. There was only one Bennet girl, Elizabeth Bennet, who did not constantly think of finding a husband and was the same young lady that had to read between the lines not only to find herself but to also reveal her love for another.
On top of that Elizabeth Bennet, had a mind of her own and had opinions that some women did not think to be "civil" for that time period. Yet her opinions were very down to earth and honest. That surprised and fascinated a certain gentleman, a Mr. Darcy. It gave him someone to talk to that would make the conversation remarkable. Miss Bennet and Mr. Darcy, just about every chance they got, were engaged in a conversation that ended up in a type of debate. The fact that they did this made the story more stimulating by the moment. The thoughts that raced through Mr. Darcy's and Miss Bennet's minds were also very captivating. You never truly knew how they thought of the other person and yet you had a good sense that they...