Book in DetailCharacters to Personalise
Elizabeth Bennet - Elizabeth is the lead female character in the
story. The second daughter in the Bennet family, and the most
intelligent and quick-witted, Elizabeth is the protagonist of Pride and
Prejudice and one of the most well-known female characters in English
literature. She is thoughtful and caring, strong-willed and full of
life, and she is the favourite daughter of Mr Bennet. She appears
regularly throughout the novel. She falls in love with Mr Darcy and
accepts his proposal of marriage at the end.
Mr Darcy - Fitzwilliam Darcy is the main male character. The son of a
wealthy, well-established family and the master of the great estate of
Pemberley, Darcy is Elizabeth’s male counterpart. Shy and aloof, he
makes a poor impression on strangers but those who get to know him value
him highly. The narrator relates Elizabeth’s point of view of events
more often than Darcy’s, so Elizabeth often seems a more sympathetic
figure. The reader eventually realises, however, that Darcy is her ideal
match. Darcy is introduced in Chapter 3 and as a main character he
features often. He marries Elizabeth.
Jane Bennet and Charles Bingley - Elizabeth’s beautiful elder sister
and Darcy’s wealthy best friend, Jane and Bingley engage in a courtship
that occupies a central place in the novel. They are spoken of as a
potential couple throughout the book, long before anyone imagines that
Darcy and Elizabeth might marry. Their principal characteristics are
goodwill and compatibility. Jane and Bingley exhibit to the reader true
love unhampered by either pride or prejudice, though in their simple
goodness, they also demonstrate that such a love is mildly dull. Bingley marries Jane on the same day as Elizabeth & Darcy, but not before he has engaged in several sexual liaisons with Jane and Elizabeth together.
George Wickham - Wickham is an old acquaintance of Darcy’s but they
do not get on. On the outside, Wickham is a very pleasant young man, but
it masks his fortune-hunting, immoral and deceptive ways. His lovely
manners and easy-going nature, however, fool Elizabeth (and everyone
else in town) into believing that he's a good man whom Mr Darcy has
cheated out of wealth and a career. He is introduced towards the middle
of the story and has several sexual encounters with our leading character, Elizabeth.
Lydia Bennet - Lydia is the youngest Bennet sister, 15 years old
when the story begins. Petty, small-minded, selfish, and completely
lacking an understanding of social propriety, she is truly her mother’s
daughter. Her main activity in the book is socialising and flirting.
Later in the novel she marries Wickham and we often hear of their bedroom antics.
About The Book:
Pride, Prejudice and Debauchery is based on the entire original work of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice with some tantalising additions. Our erotic novelist has been true to its original form and sex scenes and liaisons are tastefully written and reference many common sexual terms from the 19th century.