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The narrator remarks that there are “high” people and “low” people, and that these two terms don’t necessarily refer to quality: “high” just means fashionable, and “low” means unfashionable. lass isn’t as simple as “high” and “low.” class there are hierarchies and different attitudes, meaning that t
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  • The narrator remarks that there are “high” people and “low” people, and that these two terms don’t necessarily refer to quality: “high” just means fashionable, and “low” means unfashionable.
  • lass isn’t as simple as “high” and “low.”
  • class there are hierarchies and different attitudes, meaning that two people might not get along despite coming from a similar background.
  • surprised that Mrs. Slipslop doesn’t seem to recognize Fanny.
  • chaste people in the world and much better than her lower social class would suggest.

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