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Written by Maria Liourdi
(5/1/2007 6:22 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Why is Mr. Darcy mortified?, penned by Marilynn
...I think he is mortified, firstly, before himself. He judged wrongly and now he has to lower his pride and admit his own mistaken judgment. It is difficult sometimes even if you don't tell anyone else.
Also, even if he is quite clear to Caroline about his object of admiration, I think it would be mortifying to admit to MrBingley this thing. Not that I can imagine him being too harsh with his friend, but he will remember his words at the assembly...quite embarassing. At least with his sister he can have the sadistic pleasure of disappointing her assumptions!
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