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Written by bridget d
(5/12/2013 4:49 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, It must be said,..., penned by Jim Morris
How was he entitled to interfere in soemoen else's love life, or to lie to his friend in order to keep him away from a perfectly respectable young woman whom he loved? How did Liz harm him? She didn't like him, neither did most people in Meryton. She didn't get "fizzed up" becuase he didn't fancy her.. she laughed at that. But what did annoy her about him, was the same as what annoyed most people.. that he was rude, and arrogant.. that he did not treat his social equals with respect or show a politeness to those a little below him... He tells her himself that he has a resentful temper and does not give people a second chance.. THat's a prety unpleasant fault, and he admits to it.. Why should she like him?
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