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As for Bridget’s mother, she is in a non-retirement community, St Oswald’s, and wearing coat-dresses in the style of Carole Middleton, which is plausible and funny.
The problem with Bridget’s world has always been its heroes, not its heroines or its villains (I am happy to report that Vile Richard, Jude’s “self-indulgent commitment phobic” is still around in this book, although underused).
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But because Fielding’s touch is so light – or perhaps because her readers and reviewers are overwhelmingly female – this aspect of her satire is rarely praised.
Goodbye Mr Darcy There has been some outcry about the fact that Helen Fielding has killed off the perfect Mark Darcy, Bridget’s ideal husband.