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|I don't think Mrs. Bennet really knows
Written by Christiana
(1/11/2004 2:08 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, What is this 'that'?, penned by Marvilyn
Well, the line is a bit of a non sequiter, when you take into account the dialogue preceeding it:
(Darcy) "In a country neighborhood, you move in a very confined and unvarying society."
(Lizzy) "But people themselves alter so much, that there is something new to be observed in them for ever."
As far as I can tell, she's just trying to defend country living, without really understanding what the argument is.
- What is this 'that'? Marvilyn (1/11/2004 1:43 p.m.)
- I don't think Mrs. Bennet really knows Christiana (1/11/2004 2:08 p.m.)
- Perhaps Ann2 (1/11/2004 2:07 p.m.)
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