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And yet the heroines - Jane and Elizabeth - refrain from speaking out against it.Similarly, Elizabeth's excessive pride in her discernment leads her write Darcy off too quickly.Ultimately, they find happiness by recognizing the barriers that prejudice creates.Austen portrays the family unit as primarily responsible for the intellectual and moral education of children. Bennet's failure to provide their daughters with a proper education leads to Lydia's utter foolishness and immorality.Throughout the novel, the younger characters either benefit from or suffer from their family values. Elizabeth and Jane manage to develop virtue and discernment in spite of their parents' negligence, though it is notable that they have other role models (like the Gardiners).