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Darcy's inner struggles.  These put a whole new perspective to Darcy. Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice

Darcy's inner struggles. These put a whole new perspective to Darcy. Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice

Because “quite well” is not “very well”... - Mr. Darcy: Yes, I should've. Georgiana Darcy: Oh, very well then. Mr. Darcy: Easily persuaded, is she not? Elizabeth Bennet: Your unfortunate brother once had to put up with my playing for a whole evening. Georgiana Darcy: But he says you play so well. Elizabeth Bennet: Then he has perjured himself most profoundly. Mr. Darcy: No I said, "played quite well." Elizabeth Bennet: Oh, "quite well" is not "very well." I'm satisfied. Pride & Prejudice…

Because “quite well” is not “very well”... - Mr. Darcy: Yes, I should've. Georgiana Darcy: Oh, very well then. Mr. Darcy: Easily persuaded, is she not? Elizabeth Bennet: Your unfortunate brother once had to put up with my playing for a whole evening. Georgiana Darcy: But he says you play so well. Elizabeth Bennet: Then he has perjured himself most profoundly. Mr. Darcy: No I said, "played quite well." Elizabeth Bennet: Oh, "quite well" is not "very well." I'm satisfied. Pride & Prejudice…

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