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Written by Ramya
(2/12/2004 2:40 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Some little things, penned by Art
Interesting question. A residue of Wickham's influence, probably. After all, he had been right about Lady C! Finding Georgiana the exact opposite obviously relieved her, and also made her realize even more, what a jerk Wickham was!
She says to the Gardiners later that '...his lies about the whole Pemberley family are endless. From what he said of Miss Darcy, I was thoroughly prepared to see a proud, reserved, disagreeable girl. Yet he knew to the contrary himself.'
]Bingley didn't come with the Darcys? Why not?
He probably rode a horse to the inn, leaving the Darcy's to arrive in the curricle.
]Does this mean they slept in the carriage? While it continued driving south through the night? Sounds rather uncomfortable, even dangerous. And the poor coachman!
I took this mean that they had slept in an inn. I might be wrong :)
]Kitty says "I would behave better than Lydia". Does this mean she realizes that Lydia has behaved reprehensibly?
I think she was almost as silly as Lydia, but would not dare to do elope...
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