Quick Index Board Index Home FAQ Site Map
|I find that
Written by Ramya
(1/30/2004 1:12 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Resistence is futile..., penned by Mandy N
]I wonder at Darcy's involuntary drawing up of the chair closer to Lizzy? JA never seems to put in details for no reason.
Their conversation was on the distance a woman could be from her family. He probably felt that Lizzy, being different from any of the other women in that neighbourhood, had spent more time away from from Longbourn. She had a better-informed mind, was intelligent, etc., etc.. He might feel it absurd that she should be talking with such a strong local attachment, and seems to have lost control for just a minute there.
Perhaps, he was also putting forth a feeler to see if she would mind being so far away from Hertfodshire...as Pemberley!
Groupread is maintained by Myretta with WebBBS 3.21.