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|A small correction
Written by Chandra S
(1/11/2004 3:39 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Yes, indeed!, penned by Ramya
]He can very well hold his own, in front of his sisters, and even Darcy. JA tells us that though Darcy and Bingley were different, and he had a high regard for Darcy, he never seemed dissatisfied with his own character.
I think it is Darcy that she says is not dissatisfied with his own character, even though Bingley's is so opposite and he admires Bingley for it.
However, I do think you are right that Bingley can hold his own. JA says, "In understanding, Darcy was the superior. Bingley was by no means deficient..."
AD does, sometimes, make it seem that Bingley is lacking something, but I can never decide if it is intelligence or just confidence.
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