I 'm so sorry for Elizabeth
Posted by Constanza on November 22, 1997 at 20:41:23:
``Yes; but intricate characters are the most amusing. They have at least
``The country,'' said Darcy, ``can in general supply but few subjects
for such a study. In a country neighbourhood you move in a very confined
and unvarying society.''
(i)``But people themselves alter so much, that there is something new to be observed in them for ever.''
``Yes, indeed,'' cried Mrs. Bennet, offended by his manner of mentioning a country neighbourhood. ``I assure you there is quite as much of that going on in the country as in town.''(i)
Poor Elizabeth, having such a mother! Whenever I reach this part I cannot help feeling sorry for her; it must be awful being among strangers who look down upon one and having to suffer one's mother giving herself airs and, at the same time, talking such nonsense and showing how little intelligent she is.
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