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Written by Kathrynn
(1/26/2004 12:45 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Lizzy and Wickham-some thoughts, penned by Ramya
Lizzy does seem to be a little inconsistent...For if she believed Wickham did not love Miss King, would she not have the same judgement on him as she did on Charlotte? Maybe it is because Charlotte is an old, dear friend in whom she can entrust better council or at least try to persuade into thinking otherwise. It wouldn't be quite proper for her to say the same to Mr. Wickham, who she doesn't know quite well (or very well at all as she finds out later) and since he is a gentleman (hmph). But, even though Lizzy might not reprove him to his face, and cannot see why she would still consider Mr. Wickham in pretty much the same esteem. Lizzy seems to hold pretty high ideals on marrying for love, yet how can she admire or entrust her thougts to Mr. Wickham, who she thinks is marrying for money?
]What I don't get is, why were Lydia and Kitty so upset about it?
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