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Written by gianni
(5/3/2013 11:20 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, umm, Lady C is quite taken with Charlotte's fair, penned by mikeB in Japan
... believe that ever since Hunsford, and maybe even before, she was constantly on his mind, and he occasionally, or even frequently, dropped comments like, "well, this is a good pianist, but one of the ladies I met in Hertfordshire really made you enjoy her music"; or "This pretty young lady reminds me of Miss Bennet of Hertfordshire"; or "He's witty, yes, but Miss Bennet of Hertfordshire can really ...'
This is the only way that I can see that Georgiana could "more particularly wish to be known to" Lizzy (ch. 43), or "Her brother's recommendation was enough to ensure her favour: his judgment could not err, and he had spoken in such terms of Elizabeth as to leave Georgiana without the power of finding her otherwise than lovely and amiable." (ch. 45)
Particularly wishing to meet her could perhaps be accomplished in a single day, but making it impossible to find Lizzy less than lovely and amiable?
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