I leave you the best Pride and Prejudice phrases , Jane Austen's best-known novel first published on January 28, 1813 as an anonymous work.
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1-The imagination of a lady is very fast; Jumps from admiration to love, from love to marriage in a moment.
2-It is a universally recognized truth that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must need a wife.
3-Angry people are not always wise.
4-I can not fix the hour, or the place, or the look, or the words, that laid the foundations. It was a long time ago. I was already in the middle of everything before I knew I had started.
5-There is a bit of stubbornness in me that does not allow me to scare the will of others. My courage always rises in the face of any attempt at intimidation.
6-I could easily forgive your pride, if you had not been ashamed of mine.
7-I must learn to be content with being happier than I deserve.
8-I am the happiest creature in the world. Maybe other people have said it before, but none with such justice. I'm even happier than Jane; She just smiles, I laugh.
"I have no pleasure in understanding you."
10- For what do we live, if not to be the laughingstock of our neighbors and laugh at them when it's our turn?
11-You must learn something from my philosophy. Think only of the past, since your memory gives you pleasure.
"He was the most proud and unpleasant man in the world, and everyone hoped he would never go back there.
"He's a gentleman, and I'm the daughter of a gentleman." So far we are equal.
"She's tolerable, but not pretty enough to tempt me, and I'm not in the mood right now to give importance to young ladies who are despised by other men.
"If he had been in love, he could not have been more unhappily blind. But vanity, not love, has been my madness.
16-I am only determined to do so, which, in my opinion, constitutes my happiness. Without reference to you, or any person so completely alien to me.
17-No one can say what I suffer! But it always is. Those who do not complain are never pitied.
18-Follies and nonsense, caprices and inconsistencies deviates me, belong to me, and I laugh at all of it whenever I can.
"I was convinced that I could have been happy with him when they were no longer likely to meet.
20-One can not always be laughing at a man without tripping from time to time with something witty.
21-Do not consider me now as an elegant woman who intends to infect you, but as a rational creature who speaks to you with the truth of your heart.
"I could also ask you,"she replied,"why, with such an evident intention to offend me and insult me, did you choose to tell me that you liked against your will, against your reason, and even against your character?"
23- A girl likes to be caught a little in love from time to time. It is something you can think of.
24-It is not necessary to alarm without reason. While it is true that we must be prepared for the worst, it is still not safe.
25-They walked no matter what the immediate destination. There was so much to think, and feel, and say, just to say something.
"It's lucky you have the talent to flatter." May I ask whether these pleasant attentions come from the momentum, or are they the result of a previous study?
27-Until this moment I never met.
28-Could there be finer symptoms? Is not general incivility the very essence of love?
29-Of all that I can infer by the way you speak, you must be two of the dumbest girls in the country. I suspected it for some time, but now I am convinced.
30-Yes, vanity is a weakness. But pride, when it occurs with real mental superiority, is always well regulated.
31-Do not despair, the right man will come at last.
32-I am determined that only the deepest love will induce me to marriage. I will finish like an old maid and teach your ten children to embroider cushions, and to play their instruments very poorly.
33-I love laughter. I hope never to ridicule what is wise or good.
"He's such an unfriendly man that it would be considerably very unfortunate that I liked him."
35-How little permanent happiness can belong to a couple that only meets because their passions are stronger than their virtues.
36-The more I see the world, the more I am dissatisfied with it. Every day I confirm my belief in the inconsistencies of everything human.
"I do not want to avoid the walk." Distance is nothing when you have a reason.
38-It nourishes what is already strong.
39. There are very few of us who do not perceive a sense of self-indulgence in the exaltation of one quality or another, real or imaginary.
40. On many occasions, it is nothing other than our own vanity that deceives us. The admiration of women for elegance means more than they do.
41-We are all fools in love.
"Here we all have a little sociable mood, taciturn, not willing to talk. Unless we expect to say something that will surprise the whole room, and pass to posterity with the great success of a proverb.
Elizabeth had never been more confused to make her feelings look like they were not. It was necessary to laugh, but I would have preferred to cry.
"I certainly do not have the talent, which some people possess, of talking easily with people I've never met before.
45- In vain I have fought and will not allow this to continue. My feelings will no longer be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire you and love you.
46. A person can feel proud without being in vain. Pride is more related to our opinion of ourselves, vanity with what we want others to think of us.
47-Good opinion, once lost, is lost forever.
"You were upset with the women who always talked and looked, thinking only of your approval. I woke up and became interested because I was very different from them.
49-I have been meditating on the great pleasure that a pair of beautiful eyes, on the face of a pretty woman, can bestow.
"God forbid!" That would be the greatest misfortune of all! Find a nice man whom one is determined to hate! Do not wish me such evil.
And to all this she must add something more substantial, the improvement of her mind by means of extensive reading.
To be fond of dancing was a sure step toward falling in love.
53-You expect me to answer for opinions that you have decided to consider mine, but which I have never recognized.
54-My ideas flow so quickly that I do not have time to express them, so my letters sometimes do not convey any ideas to my correspondents.
55-When she was most afraid of failing, she was more certain of success, for those whom she endeavored to give pleasure were predisposed in her favor.
"I have the greatest respect for your nerves, my old friends.
57-It corresponds, above all, to those who never change their minds, to be sure to judge correctly from the beginning.
"I have no pretensions to that kind of elegance that is to torment a respectable man.
"How many times did you not long for your first impressions to be more reasonable, more moderate!
60-There are very few who have enough heart to be really in love without an incentive.
61-I confess that, after all, there is no enjoyment like reading. One can get tired quickly of anything, less of a good book. When I have a home of my own, I will be miserable if I do not have an excellent library.
"If you are not so compassionate as to have dinner with Louisa and me today, we will be in danger of hating each other for the rest of our lives." The intimate conversation of a whole day between two women can never end without a fight.
63-The wisest and the best of men, moreover, the wisest and the best of his actions, may be ridiculed by a person whose first purpose in life is a joke.
"It has come so gradually, I hardly know when it began. But I think I should date the first time I saw her beautiful gardens in Pemberley.
65-The power to do anything quickly is always something appreciated by the possessor, and often makes one lose attention to the imperfection of acting.
66-You should never go outdoors until you can prove that you've spent ten minutes of each day in a rational way.
"I could never be as happy as you. Until I have your disposition, your goodness, I can never have your happiness.
"Perhaps it is difficult for me to forgive the follies and vices of others, or their offenses against me.
69-Money is the best recipe for happiness.
"She was ashamed of herself. She could not think of Darcy or Wickham without feeling that she had been blind, partial, prejudiced, absurd. How?
"He showed me how insufficient all my pretensions were to please a woman worthy of being pleased.
72. Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance.
Certainly there was a poor management in the education of these two young people. One has all the goodness, and the other all the appearance of it.
74. Every impulse of feeling must be guided by reason; And, in my opinion, the effort must always be in proportion to what is required.
"You're too generous to play with me. If your feelings remain what they were last April, tell me once. My affections and desires have not changed, but a word of yours can keep me silent on this matter forever.
76-My writing style is very different from yours.
"An unhappy alternative is in front of you, Elizabeth. From this day on, you must be a stranger to one of your parents.
78. Nothing is more misleading than the appearance of humility.
79-Some young people, so reckless that they can not bear to be in touch with a little of no reason, do not deserve repentance.
"How clever you are to know something that you completely ignore.
"You humiliated me properly." I came to you with no doubt about what my reception would be like. You showed me how insufficient all my pretensions were to please a woman worthy of being pleased.
"From the very beginning, from the first moment, I can almost say, my relationship with you, your manners impressed me with your complete arrogance, self-assumption, and selfish contempt for the feelings of others.
83. My affections and desires have not changed. But a word of yours will keep you silent on this subject forever.
He barely knew how to imagine that he could be the object of admiration for such a great man.
"I think you're in a position where it's dangerous to make him fall in love with you, what you've never been."
"Now it's your turn to say something, Mr. Darcy. I talked about the dance you should make some kind of comment about the size of the room or the number of couples.
"There are few people I really love, and they are even fewer if I think about it carefully.
"She is one of those young women who seek to recommend themselves to the other sex by underestimating themselves. With many men, I dare say, this strategy succeeds. But, in my opinion, it is a petty ploy, a very mean art.
89-Oh! Single, dear, to be sure! A single man and with a great fortune only appears one every four or five thousand a year. What good news for our girls!
90-What praise is more valuable than the praise of an intelligent servant?
It was not in his nature, however, to increase his vexations by explaining them. She was sure she had done her duty, and worrying about the inevitable evils, or increasing them by her anxiety, was not part of her disposition.
"It's wonderful." For almost everyone, his actions can be attributed to pride, and pride has often been his best friend.
93-You can ask questions that I could choose not to answer.
94. I encourage you to be in your garden as often as possible. Then he has to walk to Rosings almost every day. I admit I encourage it in that too.
"If I did not have to write a letter too, I could sit by your side and admire the uniformity of your writing, as another lady once did. But I also have an aunt, which I should not neglect any more.
"I wish I could take what you say as a compliment." But you can read me with such ease, I'm afraid it's unfortunate.
"How unfortunate, considering that I have decided to hate him for eternity.
"I have become accustomed to consider poetry as the food of love.
"I'm honestly ashamed of myself, Lizzy. But do not despair, it will. And, certainly, faster than it should.
He was not in the mood to talk to anyone but himself. To him, she barely had the courage to speak.
-where other powers of entertainment are needed, the true philosopher will get benefits as if it were a gift.
"Why are you so upset?" What can such a nuisance come with? It can not be because of me that his manners are so softened. It is impossible for me to continue to love myself.
"She's a selfish, hypocritical woman, and I have no opinion of her.
"Well, my consolation is that I am sure that Jane will die for having a broken heart, and then he will repent for what he has done.
"In fact, sir, I have no intention of dancing." Please do not assume that I moved in this way to beg for a dance partner.
-You can not define the difference in context and temperament.
107-There's an old saying, with which everyone here, of course, is familiar: do not focus on what you do not care. I will try to concentrate on my affairs and even there.
108. When a woman has five adult daughters, she should think more about her own beauty.
"I was uncomfortable enough. I was very uncomfortable, I can say unhappy.
"Can we take my uncle's letter to read to him?" Take what you want and get out of here.
"I have nothing left but to assure you in the most animated language of the violence of my affection."
"The stupidity with which he was favored by nature was to keep his courtship of any charm that could make a woman want her continuation.
"For my part, I am determined not to talk about it any more to anyone.
The color that had been expelled from his face returned for half a minute. With an additional glow and a smile of delight added brightness to her eyes, while she thought for that space of time that her affection and desires still had to be unshakable. But she was not sure.
Words were insufficient to elevate their feelings. He was forced to walk around the room, while Elizabeth tried to unite civility and truth in a few sentences.
"How unfortunate it is that you have a reasonable response to give, and that I must be so reasonable as to admit it!