In all of her novels Jane Austen put forward her primary characters faults. Such as Emma's misplaced confidence in the new named Emma and Elinor Dashwood's shyness in Perception and Feeling. Finally, the novel Pleasure and Prejudice is based on Elizabeth's prejudice. Without a doubt, Elizabeth's prejudice towards Mister. Darcy plus the importance of her first impressions happen to be put forward in the very start of the novel. From the time Mr. Darcy said " she is endurable; bur certainly not handsome enough to induce me” at the first ball, Elizabeth has always thought badly of him. Which will shows us how Elizabeth's fist impression of Darcy made an influence in there relationship. This kind of bad image of Mr. Darcy did not increase when Mr. Wickham informed Elizabeth his relations with Mr. Darcy. " I had not thought Mr. Darcy so bad while this, even though I have by no means liked him, I had not thought so very sick of him” Elizabeth responses once this wounderful woman has heard the complete story with the Philips' home during the dinner party. Furthermore, Elizabeth is blinded by Wickham's true persona. " a new man also, like you, whose very countenance may vouch for your staying amiable” Possibly after various warnings coming from Mrs. Bingly and Jane, Elizabeth can believe nearly anything Mr. Wickham tells her because she already dislikes Darcy and she is looking to get excited about Wickham. At the now blames all her problems about Mr. Darcy. She accuses him of separating Mr. Blingly and Jane. At the tells Mrs. Gardiner when she concerns visit the Bingly family for Longbourn " for he can now custody of his friend, and Mr. Darcy would you can forget suffer him to ask Jane in that part of Greater london! ” Nevertheless , half approach threw the novel there happens to be a remarkable change. At the realises that she has been blinded by simply her misjudgment once the lady reads Mr. Darcy's notice. Once she has read the letter, she declaration believing Mister. Wickem intended for the following factors " his countenance, words, and fashion, had established him at the same time in the possession of every virtue”. Elizabeth takes pride in her...