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Written by Maria Liourdi
(5/8/2007 5:24 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, The Shakespeare Onion, penned by Margaret S
Even if it would be so, Elizabeth wouldn't agree with Shakespeare as Darcy would. That's because for her only a weak, superficial love could die with poetry. But "surfeiting" doesn't seem the case for a strong love. It is different from what Duke Orsino says, isn't it?
Finally, I read Darcy's lines as rather ironic towards the usual romantic girls impressed by love poetry-especially when written for them by an admirer. But Elizabeth contradicts him and proves herself mature, with faith in true feelings rather than romantic illusions, as Moni also suggested. Another point where she surprises him...
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