Your assignment is to prepare and submit a paper on an example of the british class system pride and prejudice by jane austen. The novels depict class systems based on its themes of class and reputation. These two themes are intertwined and show reciprocal relationships. They both try to depict the regimented nature of life with respect to middle and upper classes in Regency England. The themes are clearly showcased via the use of various characters in the novel. Despite the fact that Bennets at times mingles with the Bingleys and Darcys, the socialization is that which view the Bennets as inferior to the upper classes. The author satirically and ironical conveys the type of class-consciousness with a particular focus on Mr. Collins that has spent most of his moments toadying Lady Catherine DeBourgh. Besides Mr. Collins’ allusion being an outlier instance, he is not solely brought up as deeply-attached to such views. The same view is helped by Mr. Darcy as he believed in the dignity of his lineage.
In addition, Miss Bingley feels so high in the social ladder and stops not at nothing but to despise and downtrodden anyone in the lower social ladder as she did to Elizabeth. On the other hand, Wickham is disturbed by the need to raise his social status so as to be a societal figure. He vowed not to stop at nothing but to fight for his place and plight in the society. The author puts more satirical style with respect to Mr. Collins hence being marked as an extremist but in essence, his actions are greatly subtly focused at the whole social hierarchy as well as the conception of those falling under its censorship in total regard to other valuables aspects.