Pride & Prejudice
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Pride & Prejudice (1813) | Written by: Jane Austen | Published by: T. Egerton, Whitehall
Pride & Prejudice
Thug Notes Summary and Analysis
Whass crackin B? Welcome back to Thug Notes. Today we keepin it classy with Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
This book tell the story of Elisabeth Bennett and her fine sistas. Now Mama Bennett be trying to get them girls to strut they stuff in order to find some husbands.
One day, two hood rich cats named Bingley and Darcy roll in to town. Mama Bennet be geeked up trying to sling Jane in front of that boy Bingley. Look, I ain’t saying she a gold digger, but Bingley sure as hell ain’t no broke nigga.
So Jane gets all dolled up and tears it up with Bingley up in the club. Same night, Liz try to kick it with Darcy, but that honky straight disses her saying she ain’t fly enough to roll with his crew. Liz just ain’t having it with this fool.
Shortly after, a rich preacher man named Collins and a smooth talkin soldier boy named Wickham drop in to holler at dem Bennett girls. Wickham tells Lizzie that he got beef with that fool Darcy over some cash Darcy be owing him. Couple days later, Jane be straight trippin cuz Bingley peaced out of town with no explanation
Then one day Lizzie runs in to that punk Darcy and discovers he was the one who went up to Bingham and said “Yo shawty, don’t marry that trick Jane. ” Oh snap! Then Darcy dun confess his love to Liz but my girl be all like “Hell naw blood, you cock blocked my sister.”
Then Darcy sends Liz a letter sayin that his beef with Wickham is cuz dat playa tried to marry his sister in order to get some o dat old money. Not only that, but he only told Bingley to drop Jane cuz he thought she wasn’t feeling it.Later, Lizzy finds out that her baby sister Lydia been seduced by Wickham and run away with that playa. Now that Wickham dun jacked up Lydia reputation, he gonna marry her only if the Bennets pay him to do it. Dayum! Maybe Darcy was right about this fool!So homeboy Darcy straight up comes to the rescue and pays Wickham to marry Lydia. But he want to keep it on the DL so he gives credit to Liz’s aut and uncle, The Gardiners. After Liz finds out that it was Darcy dat saved her sister from dirty skank status, Lizzie straight falls for this honkie.Problem is, society ain’t gon let her just drop by his crib. Good thing for her that Bingley soon realizes that Jane really is the foxiest hoe in the hood. So Bingley brings his ace Darcy to the Bennets place, admits he’s been actin a fool, and marries Jane. Den my man Darcy proposes to Liz and they get married. Happy ending for all dem white girls!