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|More subtle, I think.
Written by Mandy N
(5/1/2007 11:48 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Why is Mr. Darcy mortified?, penned by Marilynn
Darcy looked to criticize yet was caught by the expression of her dark eyes; he perceives her intelligence and spirit.
I think Darcy is mortified by a realization he is attracted to Lizzy- he is caught by the 'easy playfulness' of her manners, so unlike his own.
In this instance, I see no reference to 'low country connections' in the passage.
He may indeed, be wondering how he was so rude to her.
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