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Written by Therese
(4/8/2013 12:39 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Or at least someone thinks they are, penned by Chandra S
In chapter 9 (though we are still at chapter 4, I nderstood that we cold qote till chapter 12), she manages to say in two sentences, separated only by a short answer of Mr Bingley's :
"Not that I think Charlotte so very plain—but then she is our particular friend."
"She seems a very pleasant young woman," said Bingley.
"Oh! dear, yes;—but you must own she is very plain. Lady Lucas herself has often said so, and envied me Jane's beauty"
It made me laugh because there are people like this in real life...
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