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Written by Ramya
(9/23/2013 9:40 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, So much depends on his motivation, penned by amytat
There is no reason to suppose that Crawford realized how embarrassing it would be for Fanny if he had agreed to dine with her family. However, I also cannot blame him entirely for avoiding the hospitality of the Prices, even if he had only been thinking of his own comfort.
Interesting question about pre-reform Darcy. Lizzy does step in a couple of times and tries to soften her mother's rudeness in Darcy's presence. Darcy was not very discerning about Lizzy at that point either, so I'm not sure if he notices that.
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