Pride and Prejudice

In the book The Moonstone Compare and contrast the characters Franklin Blake and Godfrey Ablewhite as they appear in Gabriel Betteredge's First Period narrative?

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Betteredge remembers Blake fondly, though he has not seen him since he was a child, because Blake had been sent by his father to be educated in Europe. His physical appearance is described as un-ideal—he is a short man with dark facial hair.

Gabriel describes Godfrey as rich, respectable, tall, and good-looking, an "accomplished philanthropist" and public speaker, who leads many Ladies' Charities.