(I actually turned it into a mind map, but apparently those scare people so I won't show you that. However, you can see it here if you wish.)
However, DIMH could only explain the things that were within my scope of experience. If I didn't know what a certain phrase referred to, my own subconscious couldn't make it clear to me. That's when I had to turn to outside sources, AKA reference material.
My final pass of His Good Opinion is being made with an annotated Pride and Prejudice. I want to know what experts have said about the novel, in particular its social situations.
Since this is where I am now, I'd like to give away a copy of The Annotated Pride and Prejudice.
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