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Written by gianni
(4/26/2010 10:37 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Letters, letters, letters...long, long, long..., penned by nan duval
In ch. 24, I don't believe Bingley ever saw Caroline's letter; I think her pretty words were her own personal falsehood.
In ch. 26, you seem to imply that Charlotte had to moderate her description of Hunsford and Rosings out of fear of Collins's ire. Again, I believe this was simply Charlotte's view of things -- "It was Mr. Collins's picture of Hunsford and Rosings rationally softened". Lizzy, too, felt that this was to be expected from Charlotte, "exactly as she (Lizzy) might have foreseen".
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