Written by Therese
(4/30/2013 8:37 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Darcy a guardian, penned by Nikki N
Your comment implies that the regerd between brother and sister is symmetric; I am not sure it is.
Miss Darcy looks up to her brother almost as to a father, because she was only 11 when her father died, because her brother had always been a reference, and in addition she was probably been taught so.
I would see Mr Darcys regard to her, as more brotherly. She is still feeling like the little girl he has protected, but he considers her his (beloved) sister and would probably like her to feel more like a sister than like a daughter, to become an adult; in this Elizabeth may help him, if she is both his wife and her sister, and at Pemberley she shows she fits exactly.