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|Chapter 33: The lesser of two triumphs?
Written by Christiana
(1/25/2004 10:45 a.m.)
(Lizzy) "...as we know none of the particulars, it is not fair to condemn him. It is not to be supposed that there was much affection in the case."
Up till now, I had always assumed that Fitzwilliam meant that Darcy's interference would have been less charitable if he were standing in the way of true love. But when I re-read it, I began to think maybe the opposite might be true: that Darcy's accomplishment was less great if he separated two people who didn't really care for each other.
Which do you think?
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