Jane Austen's characters have lived through the ages very successfully. The prime reason for such a success is that although the class bias has become invisible the psychology and the effect still remain. The feeling of superiority and inferiority highlighted by Austen in Pride and Prejudice is very much valid even today. Austen's protagonist "Elizabeth Bennet" becomes the victim of prejudice because of her own pride. Elizabeth Bennet is a wise, intelligent, emotional and level headed character who usually takes the broader perspective of life. However, her level headedness is challenged and to a large extent disturbed with Fitzwilliam Darcy's words of her being just tolerable. Darcy goes to an extent of saying, "she is not handsome enough to tempt me". His words act like a dagger for Elizabeth who is fully aware of her own intellect, intelligence and beauty. Elizabeth 's eyes are described as highly expressive. Austen tries to highlight her he
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