Netherfield Park and Bingley
Written by Ramya
(1/11/2004 3:31 a.m.)
Mrs. Bennet begins the story by exclaiming to her husband that Netherfield Park is 'let at last.' I was thinking of the reasons why it could been so difficult to let it in the first place:
1. Too large and expensive.
2. Too far away from the 'fashionable' world.
But, Bingley, being a hasty-decision maker (Whatever I do is done in a hurry), leases it immediately, even though Netherfield may, possibly, have its defects.
I was wondering if this trait of his gets him into such not-so-advantageous situations, and how it is going to affect the course of the story.