The Bennet family are a fictional family of dwindling Hertfordshire landed gentry, created by English novelist Jane Austen. The family plays a central role in the novel Pride and Prejudice, since it is the one to which the protagonist, Elizabeth, belongs. The complex relationships between its various members influence the evolution of the plot. In a society where marriage is the only possible future for a young girl of good family, the presence in the household of five girls to marry with no oth...
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