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Written by Stephanie
(4/12/2010 9:20 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, I agree - JA's description of Mr. and Mrs. B. (Ch. 1), penned by Karen G
Mr. Bennett could not be induced to describe Bingley from that first meeting, but he certainly formed an opinion of him, nonetheless. How could Mr. Bennett have expected that Mrs. Bennett's ideas for the evening would be overthrown? He must have known Mr. Bingely was gregarious, sensible, lively - in short, a young man that Meryton would be entirely approving of!
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