Pride and Prejudice shows the relationship between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth. Mrs. Bennet plans on taking her five girls to meet Mr. Bingley, who is a rich and handsome man. While on their meet, Mr. Bingley fancies Jane, the oldest of the Bennet sisters. Mr. Bingley’s friend, Mr. Darcy, likes Elizabeth. Elizabeth is another of the Bennet sisters. But will they allow their pride and prejudice stop them from love and happiness?
Reading Pride and Prejudice reminds me of the book Jane Eyre. I think this book is good. I enjoy reading it because it reminds me of a “happily ever after” tale. Also, I enjoy that Darcy fell in love with Elizabeth before she did. Elizabeth sees Mr. Darcy as an arrogant, rude man. Darcy loves Eliza, but he thinks she is unfit to become a wife. The disagreements between Darcy and Elizabeth is something I enjoy reading as well. Finally, I enjoy reading this book because Darcy and Elizabeth both have to put aside their pride and prejudice for love and marriage. I do not love the cover. Simply, I do not see the relevance to the book. The cover has the books’ name on it.