Elizabeth’s opinions on the subject of love.
Written by Srirup
(4/24/2013 8:14 a.m.)
First she insists that a good sonnet will starve away feelings of love. Ok this is said facetiously.
But what are we to make of her comment to Mrs. Gardiner in Ch 25:
Is not general incivility the very essence of love?" She is quite serious here. Does she mean this?
Or is Darcy right when he tells her in Ch 31 “you find great enjoyment in occasionally professing opinions which in fact are not your own."?