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Written by Kathi
(4/30/2007 10:32 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Partly agree, penned by Tiffany Lynn
Darcy obviously looks down on the locals at the Assembly -- he isn't even trying to fool anyone about that, and Bingley's criticism of Darcy as being "fastidious" suggests that he recognizes it, at least to some degree.
If Darcy is not agreeable around those of lower social classes because he finds them unattractive, unfashionable, and uninteresting without having met most of them (as, according to Chapter 4, is the case), do you still find that acceptable? Do you find it acceptable that he lets them know how much he looks down on them?
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