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首页 傲慢与偏见英文版读后感2000字.doc

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傲慢与偏见英文版读后感2000字.doc

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傲慢与偏见英文版读后感字doc傲慢与偏见英文版读后感字ReactiontoPrideandPrejudiceOutline:writingbackgroundPrimarycoverageAnalysisofmajorcharactersThemarriagesoffourcouplesMyviewonmarriageandloveBody:Asweallknow,ifyouknowsomethingabouttheauthorsbackground,youwillappreciatethebookonaprofounderandbetterlevelThebookfirstpublishedin,asJaneAustenssecondnovel,shestarteditasherfirstperseveringeffortforpublicationShefinishedtheoriginalmanuscriptbyinSteventon,Hampshire,whereshelivedwithherparentsandsiblingsinthetownrectoryAustenWWwgeOkcoMoriginallycalledthestoryFirstImpressions,butitwasneverpublishedunderthattitleinstead,shemadeextensiverevisionstothemanuscript,thenretitledandeventuallypublisheditasPrideandPrejudiceAusteninthisnovelwasfullofwitandhumorreflectedthelateeighteenthCentury,earlynineteenthCenturyBritishcountrycustomsandlivingwaysoftheworld,togivetheartofimagination(writingbackground)ThebookismainlytotellthefourcouplesmarriagesineighteenthCenturyOneofthemostimportantisnaturallyoccurredbetweenactressElizabethBennetandactorFitzwilliamDarcyabouttheirhateandloveElizabethisacourageous,beautiful,smart,sturdyandlovablemiddleclasswomanwhopursuestrueloveignoringmoneyandpowerThestorydevelopsmainlyreliesonElizabethandDarcy,fromthebeginningofaversiontorespectthenloveAlso,alternatesinstorieshappenaroundElizabethshappyorunhappymarriagestorevealtheauthorshopelivingintrueloveatthateraTheheroineElizabethfirstsawthemaleprotagonistDarcyisnotpleasingtohereyes,plusDarcyspridecharactercausesElizabethtohaveprejudiceagainsthimDarcyisunpopulararrogantman,eveninthesurroundingfilledupcoldrelationshipForhim,pridemayberational,howeverprejudicemaybeheartless,bothofwhichimpactisunavoidableBetweentwopeoplethereareoftenquarriesandmisunderstandingsconcerningDarcysprideandElizabethsprejudiceatthestartButaftertheeventsofclarification,theydevelopalittleaffectiongraduallyDarcyrepresentsthepride,ElizabethrepresentsprejudiceAtfirst,theyareallcontrolledbytheirbademotionsprideandprejudiceThenaseriesofunfavorablerumorstoDarcymakeElizabethhaveastrongerobjectiontohimwhenDarcyproposestoElizabethbutisrejected,hesays:IfIplayalittlemeans,myinnercontradictionsdisguised,blindlytocomplimentyou,makeyoubelievemebothintheunderstanding,thinkingandotheraspects,isallforyouwithunconditionalpurelove,maybeyouwillnothavetheseharshscoldUnfortunately,nomatterwhatkindofcamouflage,IhateDarcyhasnotchangedhisarrogantdispositioninordertopleaseElizabeth,ElizabethshowsherselftrulyaswellNeitherofthemisdeliberatelytocreategoodimpressions,butistrulytoshowtheirinnersidesElizabethhasbeenlivinginherownprejudiceandignoredthetruth,afterDarcysinterpretationandherjudgment,finallyfoundhappiness(Primarycoverage)JaneAustensaidofElizabethBennet:Ihavetoadmit,IthinksheisthehappiestandtheverycheerfulcharacterinthebookWillItolerateapersonIdontlovelikeherIreallydonotknowIndeed,IagreethatElizabethisthehappiestonewhoissmartandwit,courage,longsighted,strongselfesteemaswellasgoodatthinkingAsforDarcy,sheseemstohavesomearbitrarybiasInthispaper,theprejudicereferstothemiddleclass,welleducatedandwitwomanElizabethsmentalweaknessAndthesocalledpridereferstoawealth,higheducated,sharpeyedyoungmanDarcyspersonalityweaknessTheveryprideandprejudicemaketheirroadtomarriagetwistedandturnedTheheroandheroinesprogresstomarriagesometimesproceedsandsometimesdrawsbackjustlikethegesturewhentheydancetogetherThefirstchapterinthisnovel,DarcyanswerstohisfriendsfeelingtowardsElizabethsays:SheisOK,butnotcharmingenoughtotemptmeAndIaminnohumoratpresenttogiveconsequencetoyoungladieswhoareslightedbyothermenDarcyscontemptuouswordmakesElizabethveryembarrassed,whichbecomesthetopicinthenextdanceballHowevershecanstillbehappywhenshetalksthemattertoherfriendsJudgingfromthat,ElizabethcanbeinherbestspiritsandcapturelaughpointsineverythingAsamatteroffact,ElizabethisheavilyprejudicedagainstDarcyinthenextball,inthemeanwhile,peoplepresentintheballgivehimajudge:heisoneofthemostunplewwWgEOKcomasantandpridepersonintheworldAllhopethathewouldnotcomehereTheheroandheroinesfateisonlybeginningattheparty,itistheElizabethssisterandDarcysfriendBingleyslovethatindirectlypromotesDarcyandElizabethfeelingsTheymeetfrequentlyatBingleysAlthoughthedialogsbetweenthemareoftenprideandprejudiced,ElizabethsnaturalcharactersmakeDarcyunabletocontrolhisaffectiontoherThisalsoreflectsDarcysgentlemansideThenovelisfunandupsanddowns,withElizabethsprejudicetowardDarcygrowdaybyday,theappearanceofGorgeWickhampushestheplotforwardsGorgeWickhamAdashing,handsomeyoungsoldierwhoattractstheattentionofElizabethBennetHisfatherwasthemanageroftheDarcyestate,sohegrewupwithMrDarcyandhissisterThoughheiscaredwellbyDarcysfather,thereisbitterenmitybetweenhimandDarcy,duetohisattempttoelopewithGeorgianaDarcyforhersubstantialinheritanceWickhamputallhismistakestoDarcywhichfurtherdeepensElizabethsprejudiceagainstDarcyThiseventoccursmostprobablybecauseElizabethistoocareaboutherimageintheeyesofothersAtDarcysfirstproposaltoElizabeth,sherefusesandsays:Fromthebeginning,fromthefirstmomentIsawyou,youletmeshowafeelaselfconceitedmanner,yourselfesteem,youdontrespectothersfeelingofegoisticFrommyunhappinesswithyoubased,aftertheaccident,IfeelyouarethemanIamnotwillingtomarrytoHeisverypolitetoherrefusal,cometoresuceElizabethssisterandurgeJaneandBingleysmarriageThereafterthereseemstobetheplotandcharacterinversionElizabethbelievesthatWickhamisthemostsuitableformarriage,nearlyruinedherselfItisDarcyspatienceandunderstandingtosaveherfromthedangerousedgeElizabethreallyunderstandsDarcy,admitshisextremeprejudiceFinallytheycleanupmisunderstandingsandgetmarriedInthefinalanalysis,ElizabethusesherownuniquecharmtowinhappinessAsforFitzwilliamDarcy,Thesonofawealthy,wellestablishedfamilyandthemasterofthegreatestateofPemberley,DarcyisElizabethsmalecounterpartThenarratorrelatesElizabethspointofviewofeventsmoreoftenthanDarcys,soElizabethoftenseemsamoresympatheticfigureThereadereventuallyrealizes,however,thatDarcyisheridealmatchIntelligentandforthright,hetoohasatendencytojudgetoohastilyandharshly,andhishighbirthandwealthmakehimoverlyproudandoverlyconsciousofhissocialstatusIndeed,hishaughtinessmawWWgEoKCoMkeshiminitiallybunglehiscourtshipWhenheproposestoher,forinstance,hedwellsmoreonhowunsuitableamatchsheisthanonhercharms,beauty,oranythingelsecomplimentaryHerrejectionofhisadvancesbuildsakindofhumilityinhimDarcydemonstrateshiscontinueddevotiontoElizabeth,inspiteofhisdistasteforherlowconnections,whenherescuesLydiaandtheentireBennetfamilyfromdisgrace,andwhenhegoesagainstthewishesofhishaughtyaunt,LadyCatherinedeBourgh,bycontinuingtopursueElizabethDarcyproveshimselfworthyofElizabeth,andsheendsuprepentingherearlier,overlyharshjudgmentofhimMrBennetanEnglishgentlemanwithanestateinHertfordshireHeismarriedwithfivedaughters,acircumstanceinjurioustohisfamilyThetermsofMrBennetsinheritancerequireamaleheirBecausehehasnoson,uponhisdeath,hispropertymustgotohisclosestmalerelative,MrCollins,aclergymanwhoprovideshimwithmuchamusementMrBennet,agentleifeccentricman,isveryclosetohistwoeldestdaughters,JaneandparticularlyElizabethHowever,hehasapooropinionoftheintelligenceandsensibilityofhiswifeandthreeyoungestdaughters,frequentlydeclaringthemsillyandvisitingthemwithinsultingremarksaswellasgentleteasingMrsBennetthequerulouswifeofMrBennetHermainconcerninlifeisseeingherdaughtersmarriedwellSheanglesforhernewneighbor,MrBingley,asamatchforoneofthemShealsohopesforamatchbetweenoneofhergirlsandMrCollinshimself(Analysisofmajorcharacters)Thefirstmarriageahappyone(DarcyandElizabeth)Theauthorreflectsthatonlyifamarriageexperienceswithsuffersandsetbacks,canitbehappyThesecondmarriagearomanticone(JaneandBingley)TheyfallinlovewitheachotheratfirstsightThiskindofmarriageisfullofromanticfeatureThethirdmarriagealittlebitsorrowbutwiseone(CharlotteandCollins)CharlotteisanordinarylookingwomanbutshehasherownopinionwhenitcomestomarriageAsElizabeth,shelooksforwardtotruthloveAlthoughsheisnolessbeautifulthanElizabeth,sheisluckythatshefindsCollinswhocanofferherhappiness,wealthandrightsAsforCollins,hedoesnotloveCharlotteaswell,buthejustwantsawomantogetmarriednotknowingwhathappinessreallyisButbothofthemcanreachtheirgoalsbythismarriageThelastmarriageablindfoldone(LydiaandWickham)ThismarriageseemstobeagamewithoutloveLydiachoosesWickhamwhoseemshandsomebutuglyininnerjusttosatisfyhervanityAsforWickham,hejustwantsmoneysoastomarrytoLydiaWhataridiculousandwoefulmarriageitis!(Themarriagesoffourcouples)LoveseemstobetheperpetualthemeallovertheworldButactuallywhatisloveFormostgirlsins,lovemaymeaneverythingtothemTheyseekforWwWgEoKComlovebravelynomatterwhatdifficultiestheymayfaceIntheireyes,loveispureorevenholyHowever,thosearejustanidealsituationinthereallifepeopletendtofindabalancebetweenloveandpropertyPrideandprejudiceisAustensgreatworkThroughthediscussionofthedifferentmarriagesandlove,shedemonstratesherconceptaboutloveandmarriage:loveandmarriageiscloselyassociatedwithpropertyandsociety,however,loveandmarriagecannotonlybedecidedbythepropertyandsocialstatusAnidealmarriageshouldbebasedonmutualaffection,respectandthesameinterestSherejectsthemarriagebasedonlyonwealthDifferentpeoplehavedifferentideasuponmarriageBythedescriptionanddiscussionofthefourmarriagesinthenovel,wecanseethatAustenfullyexpressesherviewsonloveandmarriageOnlybyappreciatingthemarriagefoundedonthebasisofmutualunderstandingandtruelove,butalsobysatirizingthemarriagefoundedonthebasisoforiginanddesireThemarriagebasedonsocialpositionandmoneycantbringhappinessinlifeAimlessmarriageandloveareunpracticalEverythinggoeswrongforpoorcouplesMarriagebasedonwealthisnotafaultAtleast,itcanofferusabetterconditionoflifePropertyisnoteverythinginthelifebutwithoutit,wecandonothingThisiscalledrealityButifyouonlymarriedforwealth,yousellyourlibertyTherestofyourlifemightbemiserable,andyourmarriagewillfilledwithendlessbitternessAmongthosefourkindsofmarriage,IprefertothefirstoneAsfarasImconcerned,themeaningoflivingistosufferfromvariouskindsofsufferingsandhappinessOnthewayofpursuinglove,wemuststrengthenourconvictionDonotmakeahastydecisionjustbecauseofmoneyandpower,weshouldmakeattemptstosearchfortrueloveIftheweaknessoftheotherisfragrantandthatcantbechanged,youshouldbedecisivetogiveupOfcourse,youshouldcherishtheother,happinessneedstobemanaged(Myviewonmarriageandlove)(words)

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