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Written by Maria Liourdi
(5/4/2007 9:13 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Quote Chapter 6, penned by Carolyn
But I think Darcy shows more of dry wit (thaaanks Donna H for the definitions!). He just notices and notifies woman behaviour to be too much "marriage centered" and ignoring accomplishments more important, that have to do with her mind and character. Nevertheless, he doesn't see women as incapable of that and that is what he judges: their indifference...
But of cource it is more complicated: society didn't encourage them and most of the men didn't share his views.
Yet, I can't understand what is wrong in smiling a lot or be fond of dancing...?
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