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The authors in the Victorian Age liked to create characters who reflected their opinions of class structure and its flaws. The author created characters in Pride and Prejudice to judge each other on their class and personality. In Frankenstein, the author created characters to judge each other on their looks. In the movie ***8220;Emma***8221;, Emma was affected by class structure and its flaws. The authors in the Victorian Age like to point out these things in their writing.
In the novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, the author created characters who judge other characters based on their class. ***8220;Mr. Bingley inherited property to the amount of nearly an hundred thousand pounds from his father, who had intended to purchase an estate, but did not live to do it.***8221; (Austen 12). This describes how wealthy the character is. She described him as a rich man who is in the higher class. In the beginning, Elizabeth liked a man named Mr. Darcy only because of his wealth. Then Elizabeth stopped liking him because of his personality. He was mean to her; he told her that he did not want to dance with her because of how she looked and because of her social class. In the beginning Elizabeth only wanted to talk to him is because he was rich. He originally judged her on her lower class, but the more he got to know her, the more he liked her. Elizabeth also judged people by their class. For example, when a lower-class man proposed to her, she immediately denied him. Mr. and Mrs. Bennet also judged Mr. Collins because Mrs. Bennet knew that if Elizabeth married him then the family would not be poor if Mr. Bennet died. Mr. Bennet judged Mr. Collins by his personality. He did not want her to marry Mr. Collins because of his annoying personality. The characters in the novel reflect their opinions of class structure and its flaws.
In the novel Frankenstein, the author writes about how people judged each other on how they look and on their social classes. When Frankenstein went to a faraway college, his best friend could not go because his dad thought that the place was not good enough for him and that it was where all the poor or lower-class people went. The author did this so that it life would be harder for Frankenstein without his friend. This made the story line more interesting and not by the same old boring way where it was easy. Frankenstein***8217;s mother adopted Elizabeth from the orphan because she did not look like Italian and she was a girl. She had blues eyes and blond hair which made her stand out the most in the orphans. This made Elizabeth stand out in the family which made her special. No one would want to read the novel if the characters in the novel is not interesting. The author in Frankenstein created everyone to judge people by their look.
In the movie ***8220;Emma***8221;, the author seemed to create characters who reflected their opinions. Emma reflected her opinions of class structure because when she set up the couple, she seemed to set them to their own class. When she was setting this couple up, the person seemed to like someone who is in the lower class, but Emma told that person not to even bother with that person because of their lower class. Mr. Knightly does not judge people on their class. In the movie it never shows him treating lower-class people badly. He is a kind and handsome man. The main characters in Emma seem to reflect their opinions on their class.
The authors in the Victorians Age seemed to ***8220;Judge the book by its cover.***8221; Most of the authors liked to do this because it attracted the audience. The authors liked to write about this kind of things because everyone lived it and they know what it is like with class structure. The people back then enjoy this kind of entertainment. The characters judged someone by how wealthy they were and did not find out what that person was really like. Judging on their class seems to bring them together. The authors in the Victorian Age created characters who reflected their opinions of class structure and its flaws.