However, Edward was pursuing a policy of conciliation with Lancastrian families, and de Vere was allowed to succeed to his father's estates and titles.
Analysis[ edit ] Mr. Darcy is a proud and arrogant man, particularly to those that he considers of less social status.
He apparently thinks he is better than the lower classes in both rank and connections and so he does not wish to interact with them; we see evidence of this in Meryton - at all of the parties, he seems to distance himself from the rest of the crowd because he does not think them as worthy acquaintances.
At the dance, he does not wish to dance with any girl because they were all beneath him in class and beauty. He is honourable, friendly, and caring to those that are the same class as him.
For example, his behaviour with Bingley is more than brotherly as he rescues him from a bad marriage and is constant companion at his side.
Through Elizabeth, he learns to be less boastful and arrogant because he realizes that his actions have deeply affected others. This arrogance is seen in his first proposal to Elizabeth whereby he acts with more pride rather than in a loving manner.
Despite the way in which Elizabeth often mocks him, she is surprised by his "gallantry" as he persists in pursuing her. Darcy is all politeness" and speaks of his "grave propriety". In some ways, natural human dignity had been sacrificed on the altar of a kind of rococo politeness Acceptable behavior had become toy-like and it was not long before the anti-heroic fashion for a delicate sensibility ran out of control.
Manliness, or even the ability to survive had in fact almost entirely deserted those [who] were suffering from the cult of sensibility". Darcy exemplifies the trend. Bingley is a[n] 18th century man: Darcy is fine, tall, handsome, noble, proud, forbidding, disagreeable and subject to no control but his own Darcy is a 19th century man, manliness itself, uncompromising, dark and sexy.
And it is Darcy, of course, whom the novel ends up loving". Darcy very much reflects the changing standards of English masculinity as unlike the heroes of the 18th century with their excessive politeness and unwillingness to offend, Mr.
Darcy says whatever he likes, which showed his authenticity and honesty, which were the most important attributes for a man in the new Romantic age. Darcy apologizes to Miss Bennet for his brusque rudeness, his honesty meant that change of heart was sincere, and not the polished words of a follower of the cult of sensibility.
More broadly, the character of Mr. Darcy showed the emergence of a new type of rawer masculinity that could not tolerate the foppish, superficial values of the previous century. Darcy reflects changes in British life as the Romantic age was a time when "What mattered was authentic, self-generated worth".
Bennet despite having been married for 20 years; by contrast after his engagement, Darcy for the first time calls his fiancee Elizabeth, which shows the depth of his love. Darcy to women as that of an "absolute and unconditioned male need for a woman".
For the British middle class or "middling sort" as Austen called them to emulate the landed elite, however retained its social superiority. Darcy reflects this trend. Bingley suggests that he might like to one day build an estate like Pemberley, he is informed by Mr. Darcy that it is not the estate itself, but rather what it contains, its cultural heritage like the family library that makes Pemberley special as Mr.
Bingley cannot be the heir to a family library built up over generations like the one Mr. Darcy is the heir to. Darcy than the proud and sneering man at the Meryton assembly, that there is a deepness to him as people like him are custodians of the national culture.
Barfoot described Pemberley as the "marvelous accretion of all the choices made by his predecessors", providing as the novel calls it "a kind of model" for how to live properly. Wickham may not be as wealthy as Darcy, but his commission in the militia would have made an eminently respectable man to marry in Regency England.
Austen writes it was because of "a motive within her of goodwill which could not be overlooked. It was gratitude - Gratitude, not merely for having loved her once, but for loving her still well enough, to forgive all the petulance and acrimony of her manner in rejecting him, and all the unjust accusations accompanying her rejection".
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