Intelligence in "Pride and Prejudice"

@article{Morgan1975IntelligenceI,
  title={Intelligence in "Pride and Prejudice"},
  author={Susan J. Morgan},
  journal={Modern Philology},
  year={1975},
  volume={73},
  pages={54 - 68}
}
Pride and Prejudice has a charmed place as the most popular of Jane Austen's novels. Its heroine, Elizabeth Bennet, witty, self-confident, with those dancing eyes, and not quite beautiful face, depicts for us all that is flawed and irresistible about real people. Lionel Trilling has observed about Emma that we like Mr. Knightley "because we perceive that he cherishes Emma not merely in spite of her subversive self-assertion but because of it."' This applies to Mr. Darcy as well, and Elizabeth… 
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