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Where does Elizabeth's conversation with Colonel Fitzwilliam make a sharp shift in tone?
After Colonel Fitzwilliam says, "Yes--if Darcy does not put it off again."
After Elizabeth claims, "I do not know anybody who seems more to enjoy the power of doing what he likes than Mr. Darcy."
When Colonel Fitzwilliam replied, "He likes to have his own way very well."
When Elizabeth says, "Unless where they like women of fortune, which I think they very often do."
After Colonel Fitzwilliam says, "Our habits of expense make us too dependent, and there are not many in my rank of life who can afford to marry without some attention to money."