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|Elizabeth found herself quite equal to the scene
Written by Stephanie
(5/12/2010 2:47 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, The ON limits even herself, penned by Connie
Of course, Author Austen DOES occasionally tell us what we need to know without having Elizabeth think it through. We know how far Meryton is from Longbourne, how Mr. Bennett was first attracted to Mrs. Bennett, what Mr. Bingley and his party said of the Meryton Ball, etc., but, overall, she borrows Elizabeth's eyes and reactions for our use. When Elizabeth visits Rosings Park, she turns to what interests HER; the people. We only hear about the taste of the furnishings when she is comparing Rosings unfavourably to Pemberley.
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