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Mr Darcy Quotes (77 quotes)

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Rest in FUCKING PIECES, Mr. Darcy

Click the character infographic to download. A haughty landowner, Darcy doesn't see why he should bother with people who aren't as rich, educated, or sophisticated as he is. Still, the ladies love him.

15 Favorite Quotes from Pride and Prejudice

There are many obvious reasons why readers have fallen in love with this Regency era novel of manners. For starters, there are the main characters: prideful Emma Bennet and the oh-so-prejudiced Mr. How much sooner one tires of any thing than of a book! Darcy than reading her book when she utters this quote in Chapter In reality, Jane Austen was the great bibliophile! Indeed, one of the only reasons people continue to read this novel nowadays has to do with the influence Austen derived from it in her fiction.

Did your favorite quote make the list? I have read it at least 15 times, and every time I read it, I fall a little more in love with it. If you make a purchase through any Amazon links in this post, I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. This classic novel is filled with interesting characters and witty banter. Despite the fact that it was written over years ago, people including myself still find it relatable. Who has never yawned at the ramblings of a Mr. And, who has never been overly proud?

It will not do. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.
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4 thoughts on “Mr Darcy Quotes (77 quotes)

  1. In the first line of the novel, Austen reveals two of its primary themes: marriage and class particularly as indicated by money.

  2. 77 quotes have been tagged as mr-darcy: Jane Austen: 'In vain have I struggled. overcomes it and eventually realizes that character matters more than class!.

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