Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Humility and Impartiality - Assuming Jane Austin's Intent of the Word Prejudice was Geared Toward Bias

When was the exact moment that Mr. Darcy realized that he was falling for Miss Elizabeth? Was it when he first laid eyes on her? When he told Bingley that the eldest Miss Bennet was the only good looking girl at the ball, was he simply just fronting? How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? I'm afraid one's chances of knowing the answer to either are one and the same.

2 comments:

Tracee said...

I personally think it was when she started arguing with him. By the by, I'm reading Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It's quite awesome.

Matt Chadwick said...

Isn't it though? That book cracks me up. Especially the whole thing with Mr. Collins and his wife becoming a zombie, and everyone being oblivious to the fact.