In the Novel Pride and Prejudice
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For all of Elizabeth Bennett’s many strong points, she has the tendency to be rather judgmental. Much of the novel has to do with Elizabeth not choosing Mr. Darcy as a suitor because of her pre-conceived notions about him. Elizabeth choses to listen to other people's opinions about Mr. Darcy rather than really getting to know him. In the end, however, Elizabeth finally choses to see Mr. Darcy for what he is and she finds that he is "most agreeable".