Getting the Whole Truth

in Pride and Prejudice by Tara Ghoshal Wallace

Narrative Ambiguity

Austen uses the opinions of other characters to provide a full picture of character relationships.

Intellectual Thoughts

Mr. Collins and Ms. Bingley are examples of characters who enhance Darcy and Elizabeth's relationship.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennet are another balanced couple whose depiction is influenced by other characters.

Personal Reactions

Wallace provides us with a definite narrative truth and triumph over falsity.

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