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Written by Julianne E.
(2/17/2004 12:43 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, I think its an example, penned by JulieW
Yes, I think so too. She truly does think she should have found a way to expose Wickham's behavior to the public. She even acknowledges to Jane, when she asks her opinion of whether or not Wickham's character should be revealed, that Darcy's involvement in the situation is deeper than hers, because of the elopement of Wickham with his sister. So I think she blames herself for not doing something about it where Darcy could not, and she wants him to know it.
I guess what I mean is that, in the face of what she is about to lose in her relationship to him, she is grasping at one positive point, that of her honoring his request not to tell anyone about what was in his letter.
Does this make sense the way I've explained it?
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