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Reading Calendar: Pride and Prejudice
March 2 - March 24th

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
| |March 1 |2|3 |4 |
| | |Vol. I: 1-4 |I: 5-8 |I:9-12 |
|7 |8 |9 |10 |11 |
|I: 13-16|I: 17-20 |I: 21-23; II: 1 |II: 2-5 |II: 6-9 |
|14 |15 |16|17 |18 |
|II: 10-13 |II: 14 - 17 | |II: 18-19; III: 1 |III: 2-5|
|21 |22 |23 |24 |25 |
|III: 5-8|III: 8-11 |III: 12-15 |III: 16-19 | |

‘Mr. Collins’s subsequent proposal to Charlotte Lucas, on the other hand, is farfrom comic because Charlotte accepts. Readers often argue that Pride and Prejudice and the rest of Austen’s novels are unrealistic in their frequent portrayals of happy marriages. Charlotte’s marriageto Collins injects a grim note into the romantic happiness that Elizabeth will later find. Indeed, one can interpret Charlotte’s fate as a component of Austen’s critique of a male-dominated societythat leaves unmarried women without a future. Whereas Elizabeth is an idealist who will not marry solely for money, to either a fool (Collins) or a man she dislikes (Darcy, at first), Charlotte, six...
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