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Written by Mandy N
(2/8/2004 5:05 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Hmm, I read it differently, penned by kathleen (elder)
Kathleen, I'm unsure of the passage your'e reading from but I'm looking at Ch.44 when Darcy brought his siter to visit her and Bingley came as well. '...,she could not be deceived as to his behaviour to Miss Darcy, who had been set up as a rival of Jane. No look appeared on either side that spoke particular regard. Nothing occured between them that could justify the hopes of his sister.' If Darcy has plans for a union between Georgiana and Bingley, neither party seem aware of them. Nothing to justify the hopes of Caroline Bingley, or have I overloooked something?
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