Pride and prejudice
Pride and Prejudice is essentially the story of how she (and her true love, Darcy) overcome all obstacles—including their own personal failings and her initial prejudice against him—to find romantic happiness.
Jane Bennet and Charles Bingley
They first meet at the ball in Meryton and enjoy an immediate mutual attraction.
Both are cheerful, friendly, and good-natured, always ready to think the best of others.
Mr Bennet & Mrs Bennet
They're Elizabeth's parents. Mr Bennet (the father) is a bookish and intelligent gentleman, which relates very well with his two eldest daughters. Mrs Bennet (the mother) with her public manners and social climbing are embarrassing to Jane and Elizabeth.
Mary, Catherine and Lydia
George Wickham runs off with Lydia, and is paid to marry her.
William Collins, Mr Bennet's clergyman cousin, marries Elizabeth's friend, Charlotte Lucas.
Georgiana Darcy is Darcy’s sister.
Lady Catherine de Bourgh is a rich, bossy noblewoman. She's Mr. Collins’s patron and Darcy’s aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner are Mrs. Bennet’s brother and his wife