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|Elizabeth was called on  to give her opinion
Written by Stephanie
(4/30/2010 10:01 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, It seems to me, penned by Louise H
Now, wait, what you said was crossing a line in TONE, if not content. How about casting Darcy's description of his aunt as praising someone else and implying an obvious criticism of Lady Catherine while doing so, instead? That is closer to what Elizabeth was doing.
Elizabeth: Colonel Fitzwilliam told me an interesting story about an officious parent of one of his men the other day. He must have to deal with a lot of difficult people, in and out of the army!
Darcy: Yes, he has the intelligence and temperament to make it look easy, where some others would be hard-pressed to keep their countenance. He bears with my aunt better than many, and it is not only because of his long knowledge of her. But I am sure cultivating that talent aids him in his profession and private life both.
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