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12 Ben1 Pp Idiolecttable Essay

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Character 

Stereotype/ Positive 
Idiolects 
character or caricature 

Adjectives  

Role in the novel 

Elizabeth  

Positive dynamic character 

Complex/ compound 
sentences­ show her 
intelligence and wit 
Triple syntactical structures­ 
Austen uses these with 
more respectable 
characters, logical 
development of arguments  

Smart, lively, attractive, 
critical, independent, 
self deprecating, 
altruistic, dynamic, 
rounded, realistic, 
relatable, witty, 
charming 

“Novel’s heroine”, seen as the ideal woman of the age, is  the voice of Austen, has passion and integrity that others do  not possess, does not conform to societal expectations,  story and events follow Elizabeth, plot is developed by her  struggles, represents ‘prejudice’. She is a three dimensional  character in that she has flaws which she seeks like Darcy  to overcome e.g. initial prejudice against Darcy, initially  blinded by Wickham’s charms before realising he is a  manipulative opportunist. 

Darcy  

Positive dynamic character 

Triple syntactical structures,  Appears proud and 
compound sentences 
vain, egotistical, aloof, 
(shown in letters) 
mysterious, handsome, 
enigmatic  

Represents ‘pride’, romantic hero, dynamic to represent the  changes Austen hopes f...

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