Pride and Prejudice Graffiti Wall

Autumn Ping

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The Ball

Elizabeth surprisingly agrees to dance with Darcy, but things do not improve between them.

(Austen, 1813, p. 67)

Bates , R. (2014). Elizabeth & Darcy, The Perfect Couple [Photograph]. Retrieved from

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The Wedding Ring

Mr. Collins shows his relentlessness when he proposes to Elizabeth multiple times, even after she rejects him.

(Austen, 1813, p. 79)

Getty Images. (2009). Women risk losing engagement ring because it is too big, survey says [Photograph]. Retrieved from

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The Game of Tug of War

Mrs. Bennet refuses to see Elizabeth unless she accepts Mr. Collins' proposal, but Mr. Bennet refuses to see Elizabeth if she accepts his proposal.

(Austen, 1813, p. 83)

Jenkins , S. (2015). Tug-of-War of Trauma Recovery: Our Inside and Outside Selves[Photograph]. Retrieved from

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The Lifesaver

Mr. Collins, confused of why he is rejected, finally withdraws his proposal.

(Austen, 1813, p. 83)

Ratayczak, G. (2009). Project Lifesaver - IT WORKS! [Photograph]. Retrieved from

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Trash Can

When Charlotte accepted Mr. Collins proposal she threw away all of her possible emotions in order to be married.

(Austen, 1813, p. 91)

Trash Cans [Photograph]. Retrieved from

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Question Mark

Elizabeth's confusion after Charlotte agrees to marry Collins.

(Austen, 1813, p. 91 )

Blart, T. (2014). ​Where Did the Question Mark Go [Model]. Retrieved from

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Broken Heart

Mr. Collins rejection from Elizabeth.

(Austen, 1813, p. 79)

Woods, C. (2014). There is surely no pain greater than heartbreak, so when you've lost a great love, how do you cope? [Diagram]. Retrieved from

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Mary's humiliation after her performance at the ball.

(Austen, 1813, p. 76)

Billings, E. (2013). Piano Keys [Photograph]. Retrieved from

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Happy Face

Mrs. Bennet is happy to see that Jane and Bingley are together.

(Austen, 1813, p. 81)

Larsons. (2013). [Diagram]. Retrieved from

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The letter states that Bingley is going back to London and does not plan to return.

(Austen, 1813, p. 70)

Kane, S. (2015). LETTER TO MY 40-YEAR-OLD-SELF [Photograph]. Retrieved from