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Written by amytat
(5/2/2013 9:59 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Darcy's prime objective..., penned by Jim Morris
family heads then, once they are in London and Darcy talks to Bingley, why wouldnít Bingley tell him thereís nothing to worry about? Why would Darcy feel that Bingley canít even see Jane without danger?
I donít think anyone is arguing that Bingley broke any promises. The question was whether he is culpable for raising Janeís expectations and then he simply disappears without giving her any hint that things have changed. I donít see where his thoughts at the assembly are relevant since if he did raise her expectations it wasn't based on the assembley.
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