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Written by Cheryl
(4/15/2010 6:46 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Mrs. Bennet's visit to Netherfield (Ch. 9), penned by Anne-Marie
I'm sure Lydia nagged her mother until she agreed to take her, though I don't think Lydia had to nag her very much - she's her mother's favorite and, I bet, used to getting her own way. And, someone like that, full of "self-consequence" and used to "the attentions of the officers" (ch 9)would have no problem being so forward as to tax Bingley on the subject of a ball. She is quite something, isn't she?
She's lucky that Bingley is so nice and eager to hold a ball. Can you imagine the response if she'd tried that on Darcy? Just thinking of the possibilities makes me smile. ;-)
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