Pride and Prejudice

"i have had the pleasure of your acquaintance long enough to know that you find great enjoyment in occasionally professing opinions which in fact are not your own" comment.

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Darcy basically tells Elizabeth that she is so headstrong in proving her points and to be thought of as an independent thinker that she refuses to hear any contrary arguments that might change her mind.Clearly, she is prejudicial in her decisions.