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|Hmm, I read it differently
Written by kathleen (elder)
(2/8/2004 4:08 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Darcy is innocent, penned by Nasima
]As you see it is Elizabeth's thinking and attributing, it is not at all what JA means. Here ,IMHO, JA showes us what Lizzy thought about Darcy and how she had analyzed the whole matter of separating her sister from Bingley.
I read this as the narrator confirming that Elizabeth's ideas were correct, that Darcy had in fact hoped for a marriage between Georgiana & Bingley. The phrase "He had certainly formed such a plan" is the narrator talking, not Elizabeth thinking, imo.
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