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|"If he does not come to me then[I will buy more chairs]"
Written by Stephanie
(5/22/2010 6:24 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, I do agree with a lot of your points, Stephanie!, penned by Line
The tea-and-coffee scene includes the line:
The gentlemen came; and she thought he looked as if he would have answered her hopes; but, alas! the ladies had crowded round the table, where Miss Bennet was making tea, and Elizabeth pouring out the coffee, in so close a confederacy, that there was not a single vacancy near her which would admit of a chair.
This was what first intimated to me that a chair would be required to be near Elizabeth's at that end of the table.
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