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Written by Kathleen Glancy
(5/7/2010 9:34 a.m.)
Now I had never before noticed, but I find it slightly curious that Elizabeth, pleading with her father to stop Lydia from going to Brighton, says Lydia is "without any attraction beyond youth and a tolerable person". You would think that she could not utter the word "tolerable" without it calling up unpleasant memories. Does her use of it indicate she is beginning to forgive Darcy and forget his initial offence?
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