Character profile for Elizabeth Bennet from Pride and Prejudice (page 1)
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He was the godson of the late Mr. Darcy, father of Fitzwilliam and Georgiana Darcy. He was most likely named after his godfather, as was the custom in the Regency era. He is the husband of Lydia Bennet Wickham , the son-in-law of Mr. Wickham was raised in Derbyshire, at Pemberley , the home of his godfather, who thought of him as a son and provided for him likewise. When Mr.
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George Wickham is a fictional character created by Jane Austen who appears in her novel Pride and Prejudice, published in A minor character, barely sketched out by the narrator to encourage the reader to share Elizabeth's first.
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Click the character infographic to download. A seemingly perfect gentleman from a poor family, Wickham turns out to be the Bennet family's worst nightmare. Although "Wickham" sounds so close to the word "wicked" that Austen gives half the game away the first time we meet this jerk. Eh, probably not. If Darcy's deal is learning to be a gentleman on the outside and not just the inside which we think it is—check out his character analysis for more , then Wickham is the total reverse of that. He is super-charming, really good-looking, great to be with, and generally delightful to all the senses. We're pretty sure he smells nice, too.