In the novel, three autumns came to the Bennets. These were the arrivals of Mr. George Wickham, Mr. Charles Bingley with Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, and Rev. William Collins. These three arrivals promoted the arrival of new life for the Bennet family and the growth of love for the characters of Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy as well as Jane and Mr. Bingley. Upon the entrance of winter, gloomy moods have shadowed the characters - the novel shows that Charlotte Lucas’s marriage to Rev. Collins was during this season. Their marriage was described as infertile and cold. This then conforms with the literary depiction of the said season. Spring and Summer were both gloomy, especially for Jane and for Elizabeth. This reversion of supposed events in these seasons then made Austen’s work unique. Here, we see that, she satirizes not only with her characters‘ actions but also with the season to further allow the complementation of the events in her characters‘ lives with those of the changing seasons. For example, many authors would have allowed Elizabeth to accept Mr. Darcy’s proposal in late spring and early summer, but still, to provide a strong contrast to this, Austen made Elizabeth reject Mr. Darcy’s proposal. Finally, in order for the cycle of the seasons to be completed, Austen lands in to autumn again where the birth of a new beginning arises. Here, Mr. Darcy and Mr.