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Written by Margaret S
(5/3/2007 9:58 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Quote Chapter 6, penned by Carolyn
I think he starts off as a bit of a misogynist, but only because of the way women were expected to behave at the time. Women were not taught or encouraged to be men's intellectual equals. However, in Austen's world "men of sense, whatever you may chuse to say, do not want silly wives".
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