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Written by RobinJ
(4/15/2013 10:33 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, they are not biased - they could be biased, penned by mikeB in Japan
This is where Lizzy's behavior is such a puzzle to me and where I think her "mortified pride" because of Darcy's comment at the assembly really clouds her judgement.
She believes Wickham (a man she doesn't know) instantly, she doesn't really question anything he says and immediately assumes he's telling the truth, but she doesn't believe Bingley, a man she likes/esteems and has high hopes for in regards to her sister. I can see her not listening to Caroline but to just brush Bingley's opinion aside? I'm also surprised that she doesn't realize that Wickham could certainly be biased in his thoughts and opinions because of the way he's been "treated."
Is she so upset that Darcy made the assembly comment that she can't get passed it?
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