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|That sounds quite plausible
Written by kathleen (elder)
(2/17/2004 5:56 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Who's to blame?, penned by Tori Marie
] She's too distressed at that point to see it, but I always think it's ironic that she's saying this to a man who's known all this for years and never done anything about it. It makes me wonder whether he's taking Lizzy's words to heart here, as much as he did after his proposal at Hunsford.
When Darcy thinks about what Elizabeth said, he has to be pleased that she believed him (Darcy) on that score. But then he probably does wonder if the Wickham-Lydia fiasco is partly his fault -- Elizabeth believed Wickham until Darcy gave her correct information, so maybe other people would have believed Darcy as well, even without knowing anything about Georgiana.
Even though I don't think it is actually Darcy's fault, I can believe that he might feel somewhat responsible.
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