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Written by Kathi
(6/5/2007 11:01 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, More first impressions, penned by Line
I think an additional point about her perceptions of Georgiana was that Lizzy recognized Georgiana's manner as shyness rather than pride within a very short time of meeting her, and in spite of having been told that Georgiana suffered from the same improper pride as her brother.
I guess we don't know about Bingley and Georgiana or Jane yet, but in Chapter 45, which is within this week's reading, we have evidence that Lizzy was right about Georgiana.
Another person Lizzy seems to have judged correctly is Mrs. Reynolds, from what we can see so far.
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