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|Definitely an element of protective caution
Written by Chandra S
(2/1/2004 8:27 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, JA 's literary device, penned by Mandy N
It wasn't in P&P2, but in the book, Darcy does include this sentence in the letter:
" But whatever may be the sentiments which Mr. Wickham has created, a suspicion of their nature shall not prevent me from unfolding his real character -- it adds even another motive. "
The only way I can think to interpret that is "I don't know exactly how you feel about W., but since I think you at least like him I have an extra reason for warning you that he's a cad, before he hurts you too." Can there be any other interpretation?
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