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Written by bridget d
(4/17/2013 2:27 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Thatís quite an enthusiastic endorsement, penned by amytat
But if he's so sure that Darcy's right and W is wrong, surely he woudl also remember the details? If it was that important, and he was so sure that Wickham was the one in the wrong, I find it hard to believe that he would not have some recollection of the details. If D had told him that he'd found out W was guilty of some trivial fault, like eating his soup in a slurpy manner or forgetting to return a book to the library at Pemberley Bingley mgiht well forget the story, but if D has told him a lot of stuff about Wickham to make it clear that W should NOT be a clergyman (ie presumably tales of drinking and fooling around iwht the local girls) Surely Bingley would remember it? It is possible that Bing DID know but didn't want to tell Jane or that while he knew that W was at fault, didn't want to speak ill of him to someone...
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