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Everything on this following poll is direcly copied from Sparknotes


Poll #1014438 Pride and Prejudice

Have you read Pride & Prejudice?

Yes
21(46.7%)
No
24(53.3%)

How do you Rate the book Pride & Prejudice

Mean: 4.23 Median: 5 Std. Dev 1.00
1
0(0.0%)
2
2(9.1%)
3
3(13.6%)
4
5(22.7%)
5
12(54.5%)

Love: Jane Austen's view of love in Pride & Prejudice is..

Relistic
14(60.9%)
Unrealistic
9(39.1%)

Love: Would you marry for money?

Yes, if I could get a divorce
6(17.1%)
Yes, without the possibility of divorce
3(8.6%)
No
26(74.3%)

Love: Considering both Charlotte Lucas and George Wickham, Is it wrong to marry for money?

Yes, it is wrong in Both Wickam and Charlotte's case
6(26.1%)
Yes its wrong, but only in Wickham's case
10(43.5%)
Yes its wrong, but only in Charlotte's case
1(4.3%)
No, it is not wrong in either way
6(26.1%)

Love: I feel I am more like..

Charlotte Lucas
3(14.3%)
Elizabeth Bennet
18(85.7%)

Reputation: In the book, Elizabeth disagrees with Lady Catherine De Bourgh saying, that it would be very hard upon younger daughters to not be able to come out into society until their older sisters had married, and that not only does it not help with sisterly affection, but that the older sisters might not have any means or inclination to marry early. But in Lydia Bennet’s case; she was not close with any sister but Kitty, and was allowed out into society early, and that lead, in Elizabeths opinion, to her elopement and disgraceful behavior. So knowing this, you believe…

I agree with Lady Catherine De Bourgh; Young ladies should have been kept in untill their older sisters were married
4(13.8%)
I agree with Elizabeth Bennet; Young ladies should be allowed in society at an early age
25(86.2%)

Reputation: If Darcy’s money had failed to convince Wickham to marry Lydia, would Darcy have still married Elizabeth?

Yes
17(77.3%)
No
5(22.7%)

Class: If you were forced to go back in time, but had a choice of which class you could be in, you would be in..? Why? (Reply only if you wish, of course)

Upper-Class
11(34.4%)
Middle-Class
20(62.5%)
Lower-Class
1(3.1%)

Class: I am one of those who believe Jane Austen to be a Classist..

True
7(36.8%)
False
12(63.2%)

Which is your favorite part of Pride & Prejudice?

Which Character is your least favorite?

Which, of the Bennet Daughters, did you find the most Irritating?

Jane Bennet
0(0.0%)
Elizabeth Bennet
1(4.3%)
Mary Bennet
2(8.7%)
Kitty Bennet
7(30.4%)
Lydia Bennet
13(56.5%)

Essay Topics: Mr. Bennet, Is he a positive or negative figure?

Negative
5(20.8%)
Positive
19(79.2%)

Essay Topics: Pride and Prejudice is a novel about women who feel they have to marry to be happy. Taking Charlotte Lucas as an example, do you think the author is making a social criticism of her era’s view of marriage?

Yes, she was
20(83.3%)
No, she wasn't
4(16.7%)
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