Elizabeth Bennet and her four sisters are all unmarried, much to their parents' dismay. Early in the novel, Elizabeth attends the Meryton Ball, where she meets an eligible bachelor named Mr. Bingley. He takes an immediate liking to her, but his friend, Mr. Darcy, has the opposite reaction.

The Bennet girls are excited when the rich Mr. Bingley moves to Netherfield. Mr. Bingley and Jane Bennet fall in love. Meanwhile, Elizabeth Bennet fends off the ridiculous Mr. Collins, taking an interest in Mr. Wickham instead.

With the help of Bingley’s sister Caroline, Darcy draws Bingley away from Jane and her lower-class connections. Elizabeth goes to Kent, where Mr. Darcy proposes. She rejects him. Jane follows Bingley to London with no luck.

Elizabeth Bennet and her four sisters are all unmarried, much to their parents' dismay. Early in the novel, Elizabeth attends the Meryton Ball, where she meets an eligible bachelor named Mr. Bingley. He takes an immediate liking to her, but his friend, Mr. Darcy, has the opposite reaction.

The Bennet girls are excited when the rich Mr. Bingley moves to Netherfield. Mr. Bingley and Jane Bennet fall in love. Meanwhile, Elizabeth Bennet fends off the ridiculous Mr. Collins, taking an interest in Mr. Wickham instead.

With the help of Bingley’s sister Caroline, Darcy draws Bingley away from Jane and her lower-class connections. Elizabeth goes to Kent, where Mr. Darcy proposes. She rejects him. Jane follows Bingley to London with no luck.

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Elizabeth Bennet and her four sisters are all unmarried, much to their parents' dismay. Early in the novel, Elizabeth attends the Meryton Ball, where she meets an eligible bachelor named Mr. Bingley. He takes an immediate liking to her, but his friend, Mr. Darcy, has the opposite reaction.

The Bennet girls are excited when the rich Mr. Bingley moves to Netherfield. Mr. Bingley and Jane Bennet fall in love. Meanwhile, Elizabeth Bennet fends off the ridiculous Mr. Collins, taking an interest in Mr. Wickham instead.

With the help of Bingley’s sister Caroline, Darcy draws Bingley away from Jane and her lower-class connections. Elizabeth goes to Kent, where Mr. Darcy proposes. She rejects him. Jane follows Bingley to London with no luck.

Elizabeth Bennet and her four sisters are all unmarried, much to their parents' dismay. Early in the novel, Elizabeth attends the Meryton Ball, where she meets an eligible bachelor named Mr. Bingley. He takes an immediate liking to her, but his friend, Mr. Darcy, has the opposite reaction.

The Bennet girls are excited when the rich Mr. Bingley moves to Netherfield. Mr. Bingley and Jane Bennet fall in love. Meanwhile, Elizabeth Bennet fends off the ridiculous Mr. Collins, taking an interest in Mr. Wickham instead.

With the help of Bingley’s sister Caroline, Darcy draws Bingley away from Jane and her lower-class connections. Elizabeth goes to Kent, where Mr. Darcy proposes. She rejects him. Jane follows Bingley to London with no luck.

CliffsNotes study guides are written by real teachers and professors, so no matter what you're studying, CliffsNotes can ease your homework headaches and help you score high on exams.

The following entry presents criticism of Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice . See also, Jane Austen Criticism , Northanger Abbey Criticism , and Mansfield Park Criticism .

SOURCE: Wiesenfarth, Joseph. “The Plot of Pride and Prejudice. ” In The Errand of Form: An Assay of Jane Austen's Art, pp. 60-85. New York: Fordham University Press, 1967.

[ In the following essay, Wiesenfarth defends the aesthetic greatness of Pride and Prejudice, arguing that its plot is a sophisticated method of erecting an ideal value system. ]

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