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What has been the effect of Mr. Darcy's letter upon Elizabeth?
Elizabeth is even more convinced of the error in his claims regarding her family's decorum.
His letter has caused Elizabeth to reflect on all she has considered true, as well as on her failure to be objective.
His letter has caused Elizabeth to humbly realize her role in society as the daughter of a gentleman.
Elizabeth is now determined to expose Wickham and mend Jane's relationship with Bingley.
Elizabeth appreciates his honesty and is enthusiastic about seeing him again.