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Written by Nasima
(1/11/2004 3:23 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, That seems to be a good surmise, penned by kathleen (elder)
]From a visual/film point of view, having the men on horseback also allows us to see more of them, rather that just their heads or upper bodies if they were together in a carriage. And another thing they did with this scene (and the other riding scenes) is to try to demonstrate that Darcy is the wealthier of the two men -- his horse is evidently the better horse and Darcy the better rider.
..Also I think AD makes Bingely's character to be similar to Jane's, sweet, relying on others,and follows their advices, just to convince us that they belong to each other.
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