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Darcy probably sees the offense against Jane "by no means of equal magnitude" to that supposed offense against Mr. Wickham because he

A

supposes Jane and Bingley are not genuinely in love

B

believes his honor has been questioned in the case of Wickham

C

considers ruining the prospects of a young man more serious than ruining the prospects of a young woman

D

regards Mr. Wickham as sinister and a danger to society

E

holds the reputation of his family above that of Elizabeth's family

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