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Written by Ramya
(2/9/2004 5:20 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Never, penned by Nasima
]We are not sure of that, I still think that JA implys for Lizzy's thoughts, who is very prejudiced against Darcy .
IMHO, this point of view seems prejudiced by the fact that Lizzy was prejudiced against Darcy!
]We are not sure of that, I still think that JA implys for Lizzy's thoughts.
As others in this thread have pointed out...
] do you think that Darcy will leave his sister " his shy, sheltered sister" marry someone with five sisters ,who are probably have the same manners of Charoline?!!...will not expect to give his sister to anybody beneath his rank.
Bingley is already in Darcy's rank, though he is still clinging to the borders. We are forgetting that though Bingley's fortune was made by trade by his father/grand-father, he is now among the elite. And as soon as he purchases an estate and/or marries well, he will truly be established among the upper-levels.
And as you have pointed out, Darcy loves his sister. He would definitely want her to be married to a kind, and a gentle man like Bingley, rather than a nobleman who might not be!
Darcy certainly did not fear that Georgiana would be 'tainted' by association with the Bingley sisters, for they seem to be pretty intimate. And neither Bingley, nor Darcy would tolerate Caroline if she was rude to G after their wedding!
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