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|Good point about Lucy...
Written by Robbin
(10/27/2006 10:26 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Lucy as an opposite of Marianne, penned by Tracy W
I agree; (:D) I do not see any feeling in Lucy at all, except for herself of course, and that does make her the complete opposite of Marianne who at times has too much feeling to be contained. I think also that the meanest thing Lucy says in the novel is directed at Marianne in Chapter 35 during her and Edward's visit at Berkeley-street:
"Perhaps, Miss Marianne," cried Lucy, eager to take some revenge on her, "you think young men never stand upon engagements, if they have no mind to keep them, little as well as great."
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