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Written by Nikki N
(9/20/2013 5:00 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Darcy and Henry C, penned by bridget d
I think to JA, faults of principle means faults connected to matters of morality or religion. And in the second last chapter of MP, Edmund said of Mary Crawford --
Darcy's faults were more a combination of Emma's and Marianne Dashwood's and never had any resemblance to Crawford's. Like Darcy, Emma was also taught good principles, and was kind and generous to the poor, but proud and snobbish towards those who were only a little below her, such as the Coles and the Martins, and interfering and meddlesome in an inferior friend's love affair. Like Marianne, Darcy was fastidious and did not think it necessary to be civil to vulgar people whom he found tiresome. After she had time to reflect during her illness, Marianne realized -- chap 46 --
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