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Written by Ramya
(5/9/2013 3:34 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, End of Chapter 52 - SUPERB example of English Literature, penned by Cathy Allen
I don't get why Wickham is alarmed at Lizzy's knowing the truth about his transactions with Darcy and Georgiana. Is he afraid she will expose him? One can imagine that to have been the case in his conversation with Lizzy right before he left Meryton. Nut now, he must know that his popularity in the neighborhood must have suffered a severe blow in the light of his debts and the elopement. So, what is one more thing? He may suspect that Darcy and Lizzy are in love--at least he does seem to be fishing for signs in support of that idea--but I'm not sure what exactly he is worried about.
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