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Written by Kathleen Glancy
(4/14/2013 11:03 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, There is an old Scottish saying, penned by Kathleen Glancy
when I got up to Chapter 24 when, after Darcy has left the district, "The whole of what Elizabeth had already heard, [Wickham's}claims on Mr. Darcy, and all that he had suffered from him, was now openly acknowledged and publicly canvassed; and everybody was pleased to think how much they had always disliked Mr. Darcy before they had known anything of the matter". She has not told anyone about Wickham's story except the absolutely discreet Jane, so he must be the source of this general knowledge. There was a hint that he had said something to his friend Denny during the ball. Does Elizabeth wonder what happened to "Till I can forget his father, I can never defy or expose him."? No, she doesn't.
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