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Answer each section in three separate paragraphs. Number each paragraph, so we know which question you are answering. In all your answers, remember to talk about specifics from the novel (don’t just answer generally). Keep your analysis close to the novel. Remember to usefully quote and discuss that quote in at least one of the paragraphs.
Section A: Mr. Collins’ Visit
1A: When Mr. Collins arrives, it turns out he has an agenda: he plans to marry one of the Bennet daughters. This would save the family, but the Bennet daughters don’t see it that way. Instead of his gaze mattering to them, how do they see him?
2B Considering the concept of the Male Gaze, find a moment that occurs somewhere in Chapter 14-26 which shows female characters shaping their behavior because they either expect to be looked at or are being looked at by male characters. How do they behave because of the Male Gaze?
2C: Why does Elizabeth put so much faith in Wickham? Why does he interest her so much? Why does her aunt, Mrs Gardiner warn her against falling in love with him? (Chapter 26.) What do you think of all this? Based on what we know so far, is Wickham a suitable man for Elizabeth? Explain your answer.