First impression is very important to begin the new relationship between 2 people; it also takes a necessary role in “Pride and Prejudice”. In this novel, Jane Austen narrated how the prejudices and first impression impacted on each main character and how they changed throughout the story. First impression is exactly what the novel is about. The novel is based on Elizabeth and her impressions are about the people she meets.
First and foremost, Pride and Prejudice is the romantic novel describing the way the protagonists have to undergo an excess of obstacles to achieve romantic happiness. Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy first met at the ball at which Mr. Bingley is present. Elizabeth’s first impressions of Darcy are that he is obnoxious, rude and arrogant wealthy gentlemen. There is maybe an invisible prejudice existing between them. She thought that Darcy is come from the upper-class so he feels too good to dance with any girls beneath him. Meanwhile, Darcy regards Elizabeth as “she is tolerate, but not handsome enough to tempt me”. Thereafter, she meets Wickham and learns form him that Darcy is very bad and cruel. Because of misunderstanding who Darcy is, Elizabeth more than happily refuses the Darcy’s proposal for marriage. However, after what they’ve all been through together, she finally finds the real truth about Darcy and who he really is. Ultimately, they live happily ever after.
By contrast, Elizabeth thinks very highly of Wickham at the first met. She believes he is a victim in Darcy's plan to ruin Wickham's life. Elizabeth, however, finds out what is really he stands for after reading Darcy’s letter. Wickham is the man of greedy and can’t be trusted. Now, her impression of Wickham is that of which she once thought about Darcy. In this occasion Elizabeth's first impression of Wickham was completely wrong, and only to find out Darcy was the victim all along.
First Impressions, better fits the description of the novel. Elizabeth's first impressions of Darcy...