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  1. Thread: Ideal Women?

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    Poll: Well, who am I to judge how she feels about the...

    Well, who am I to judge how she feels about the size of Darcy's "Estate"? ;) She seemed partial to Whickham, who had nothing at all :lol: ...I don't think things like that mattered to her.
  2. Thread: Ideal Women?

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    Poll: Elizabeth is the ideal woman simply because of...

    Elizabeth is the ideal woman simply because of her independence of spirit, good humour and humility. I personally couldn't stand being with someone who agreed with everything I said or did and didn't...
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    Just finished reading this book, after seeing the...

    Just finished reading this book, after seeing the movie/BBC series a few years ago. My 2 cents...

    There's nothing so appealing to a woman as a man redeemed by love. :) After all, it was Mr.Darcy's...
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    Oh, I think she's conceited too - I believe she...

    Oh, I think she's conceited too - I believe she wanted to have her cake and eat it too, as it were. Most likely her attitude came from the fact that although she was so much like Heathcliff, she...
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    Thanks for the kind words saperelli! But onward...

    Thanks for the kind words saperelli! But onward and upward...

    I'm not entirely convinced that Catherine was selfish per se - more absent-minded. Hence her asking, as you say, what she could have...
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    It is obvious that the author chose to use Elly...

    It is obvious that the author chose to use Elly Dean as the narrator in order to hide the true motives of the main characters - if we were able to see inside Heathcliff's head, or any one of the...
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    Negative reinforcement would have played a BIG...

    Negative reinforcement would have played a BIG part in how Heathcliff turned out later in life. I know I would have been mighty cheesed off had I been kicked out of the Grange while Catherine stayed...
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    Just finished reading this book for the first...

    Just finished reading this book for the first time, so here's my take on it:

    The whole dilemma on who Catherine should of (and most likely WOULD have chosen had things not gone wrong), was laid...
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