Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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Contrast Elizabeth Bennet's critical temperament with Jane's serenity in Pride and Prejudice.

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Elizabeth tells Jane that she is too nice. She adds that Jane refuses to find a fault in anyone. Elizabeth speaks in a straight forward manner. She is quite bold in her speech to Darcy. She accuses him of being prideful or snobbish, adding that she would not consider marrying him if he were the last man on earth.

Also, Elizabeth is frank or blunt when Lady Catherine questions her on her schooling and personal life. She...

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