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Written by Tracy W
(6/19/2007 8:56 p.m.)
Her speech is a bit self-centered, but not as much as Lydia's. It doesn't come across as very sophisticated, except perhaps the line "I do not cough for my own amusement" (chpt 2). Generally her wording is simple "good" (chpt 41), "more too", (chpt 41) "behave better" (chpt 49), "that tall proud man" (chpt 53).
Kitty reminds me of her mother in the line "La" (when exclaiming over Darcy's appearance in chpt 53), but that's only one case.
OVerall I would say better educated than Lydia's, but not nearly as sophiscated as Elizabeth's or Jane's.
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