Pride and Prejudice
A poem that relates to the novel Pride and Prejudice is one written by Sinister Soire (2004 poem) “The upper man has all the money. He can eat his bread and honey. His only job is to command. Yet not to use a single hand. The middle man has little power. Yet can afford his bread and flour. He works where he can get a job. But may take time to go and sob. The lower man is last in line. He often lacks the food to dine. He doesn’t work ‘cause it’s too hard. And there isn’t any type of yard. The upper man seems to be best. But having everything on request. What’s there to enjoy in life. If you’ve never faced a strife”. The poet is trying to say that each social class are different, that the upper class don’t have to work as the middle and lower class, Jane is saying in her book that love conquers all. For example, Mr. Darcy was able to overcome his pride by loving Elizabeth. The famous quote that Virgil said “ love conquers all” it fits this book because love was able to over pass many obstacles in this book, for example Jane and Mr. Bingley were separate and at the end they married after he visit the Longbourn Estate. Also, when Jane was able to love Mr. Darcy after all the things she had heard he had done and when she found out he had a role in keeping Jane apart.