Pride and Prejudice Book Report

Topics: Fitzwilliam Darcy, Elizabeth Bennet, Pride and Prejudice Pages: 10 (1585 words) Published: September 20, 2014
Pride and Prejudice
Chapters 1-3:
Completed the first three chapters they were pretty fast actually the story sounds interesting but I’m not having the same excitement that I had when I read Lord of the Flies, but I will just keep reading to see what happens. I was actually super excited to meet Mr.Bingley’s family. I found it pretty funny how everyone hates Mr.Darcy. I just want to know who Mr.Darcy is like how is he related to the family? And I also predict that Mr.Bingley and Jane are probably going to fall in love and start dating. Chapters 4-6:

Just like I predicted Jane is slowly falling for Mr.Bingley but it looks like he doesn’t realize it. I kind of understood that when Charlotte told Elizabeth this quote “Remember, Eliza that he does not know Jane’s disposition as you do” I honestly think that there is no need to tell him he will just know that she loves him. I think that Elizabeth should give Mr.Darcy a chance and not to judge him. I predict Mr.Bingley is going to know that Jane really loves him. Chapters 7-9:

I really liked this quote from Mrs. Bennet about “with the greatest patience in the world, which is always the way with her, for she has, without exception, the sweetest temper I ever met with. I often tell my other girls they are nothing to her.” Just shows you how highly her mother thinks of her. I felt sort of sad for Mrs. Bennet she kind of made a fool out of herself in front of the Bingleys. Chapters 10-12:

Just like any book that improves and gets better the more you read of it, it’s the same case for this book the story is just getting better and better. I really liked this quote by Mr.Darcy “It is a rule with me that a person who can write a long letter with ease cannot write ill.” I think what it means is that people with a free mind can write words easily, and I think that is very true when you are stressed, sick, or worried you will always have difficulty writing. I also figured out a trait about Caroline and that is reading books “I declare after all there is no enjoyment like reading! How much sooner one tires of anything than of a book!” Chapters 13-15:

Not much was going on in these chapters we just got introduced to a new character called Mr. Collins, I don’t really like him and I think he’s really mean. This quote by him was a little interesting “I have often observed how little young ladies are interested by books of a serious stamp, though written solely for their benefit.” I predict that Mr. Collins will eventually leave the Bennets alone hopefully. Chapters 16-18:

We got introduced to Mr. Wickham. I honestly think that he’s lying about the stuff he’s saying as soon as he started talking about Mr.Darcy I kind of sensed that he’s a liar we will just have to wait and see. Here is a quote he said about Mr.Darcy “The world is blinded by his fortune and consequence, or frightened by his high and imposing manners, and sees him only as he chooses to be seen.” Like I know the stuff he’s saying is true, but I wonder if this guy is lying or not. I predict that Mr. Wickham will eventually get caught. And Is Elizabeth going to like Mr.Darcy even after what Mr. Wickham said? Chapters 19-21:

I was really shocked to see how persistent Mr. Collins was I mean obviously Elizabeth doesn’t like him and will never ever marry him I don’t understand why he keeps on insisting. I do predict that Mr. Collins will end up doing something really hurtful or mean to the Bennet family if Elizabeth doesn’t marry him, we will just have to wait and see. Also I am wondering what will Mr. Bingley do after they move and will he actually marry Jane? Chapters 22-27:

Reading these chapters was a little weird which was why I decided to just keep reading, lots of things happened super fast. But it turns out that my prediction about Mr. Collins was wrong it was really weird how he just ended up proposing to Charlotte and giving up on Elizabeth since the first time he sounded so persistent it didn’t make any sense, I...
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