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Written by Robbin
(5/2/2007 9:06 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, My take on it, penned by Kathi
Kathi your explanation does make sense to me. (:D) A cleverer woman would not enjoy such a companion as Mrs. Bennet and Mrs. Bennet would not enjoy a cleverer companion. Margaret S is right though, even before the phrase in question arose from Chapter 5, Lady Lucas proved herself a valuable neighbor aside from the companionship view point by providing intelligence of Bingley when Mr. Bennet remained capriciously silent on the subject in Chapter 3. ;D
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