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|a gullible reader
Written by LauraG
(4/30/2007 8:50 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Did you notice the symmetry?, penned by Tracy W
Perhaps my idea would be better summed up this way...
Elizabeth (and the neighborhood) has been hasty in forming an opinion of the Netherfield party. Everyone is very cliquish, IMO. It is already discussed in other threads ask whether the rush to judgement is right or wrong and why each character is justified in feeling the way they do.
Considering that we are given three subtle hints (the lines about two weeks acquaintance, not enough to understand his character, and people always changing), why are we readers so hasty to believe or go along with the general opinion after just a few chapters?
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