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Written by bridget d
(9/20/2013 2:15 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Darcy vs Crawford, penned by Nikki N
I'd say that if Darcy had been in love with a girl liek Fanny ( I find it hard to imagine) and had met her relatives, he would also have avoided dinner, as he would probalby realise (if he were in his "reformed" state) that his lady love would be very embarrassed to be seen with her vulgar awful family at the dinner table. So he woudl refuse the invitation out of kindness ot her rather than snobbery.
And I agree that Darcy's change is genuine, tho' he may alwasy have a bit of a tendency to be a bit "superior" and he may always be stiff with people.
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