Pride and Prejudice relates the adventures of Elizabeth, second of the five sisters of the poor but respectable Bennet family.
Mrs. Bennet, their mother, sees her daughters’ marriage as the main goal of her life.
When two eligible bachelors, Mr. Charles Bingley and his friend Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy decide to settle in the neighborhood, the life of each Bennet daughter fills with a whirlwind of events.
The fun and cool tempered Mr. Bingley appeals everyone in the area immediately and finds himself dragged to the Bennets’ eldest daughter.
On another hand, one couldn’t use these pleasant terms to describe Mr. Darcy – an attractive, wealthy, well-educated, but reclusive and arrogant man.
Elizabeth wins the heart of the latter, but she ends up rejecting him in disgust. Darcy is scared that the material difference in their social position would spoil their romance.
He also depicts her as too arrogant and often clashes with her…
Find out how Elizabeth will maintain her composure despite the numerous episodes of her youth by reading the whole story here!