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Essay heading: Pride And Prejudice - Point Of View
 
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Oh my dear Jane, I am so happy!" (260). Elizabeth, however, looks down on her mother for this, and approves of the marriage because she can tell that the two are truly in love with one another. Austen also makes those in love the happiest of all the characters. Jane and Bingley are truly in love, consequently, they are two of the happiest characters in the novel...
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Jane and Bingley are truly in love, consequently, they are two of the happiest characters in the novel. Jane announces that, "'Tis too much! By far too much. I do not deserve it. Oh! why is not everybody as happy?" (259) and, "I am certainly the most fortunate creature that ever existed!" (262). Jane and Bingley's happiness shows the author's approval of their marriage...
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