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Written by kathleen (elder)
(2/8/2004 5:28 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Another interpretation..., penned by Mandy N
The passage under discussion is from Chapter 45, when the narrator is talking about how Darcy had made sure that Bingley's relatives did not find out about Georgiana's near-elopement with Wickham. The narrator says that Darcy had done this in part because he "had certainly formed such a plan [i.e., for Georgiana to marry Bingley], and without meaning that it should effect his endeavour to separate him from Miss Bennet, it is probable that it might add something to his lively concern for the welfare of his friend."
I don't imagine that Darcy had actually communicated any plan for a marriage to either Georgiana or Bingley. Georgiana is still very young, and Darcy wouldn't be in a great hurry to marry her off.
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