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|My take on this conversation
Written by Margaret S
(5/2/2007 8:13 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Lizzy & Charlotte in Chapter 6, penned by Robbin
Elizabeth tells Darcy a saying ('Keep your breath to cool your porridge') specifying that everyone HERE is familiar with it. She seems to imply that he is not familiar with it, but should be. She refers the saying to herself – she will stop talking and sing instead, but could the she imply a double meaning? Could she mean that Darcy should have kept his mouth shut and danced instead at the Meryton Assembly?
After this conversation, Darcy speaks to Elizabeth with respect she commands.
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