Unformatted text preview: In respecting form, order, and decorum, she revealed her allegiance to 18th-century ways and thoughts. In vol. II, ch. 5, she talks of their upcoming visit to the Lake District, and implicitly contrasts what they will bring back from the visit with a Wordsworthian jumble. In vol. III, Elizabeth is forced to rewrite the story she has told herself of Mr. Darcy; she learns that she has been an imperfect reader....
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- Spring '09
- English, austen, ROMANTIC ERA