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Jane is rather naive, especially when it comes to recognizing the wickedness of others. Her sweetness leaves her vulnerable to injury from insincere friends like Caroline Bingley. A rather static character, Jane remains a model of virtue throughout the novel. Elizabeth is very proud, a trate she learns to temper by the end of the novel. Elizabeth Bennet is lively, quick-witted, sharp-tongued, bold and intelligent. Unlike Jane, Elizabeth is keen and perceptive, but Elizabeth's pride in that very ability engenders a prejudice that almost hinders her happy future with Darcy. Elizabeth is not impressed by mere wealth or titles, rather, she values propriety, good-manners, and virtue.