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Written by Cheryl Kay
(6/3/2007 11:37 p.m.)
I particularly enjoy the part where Darcy and Elizabeth are standing together at the end of thier walk waiting for Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner. I feel JA does an excellent job writing about their discomfort being with each other right now. I can readily identify being in awkward situations and trying to make conversation.
This quote is one of my favorites.
"...they stood together on the lawn. At such a time much might have been said, and silence was very awkward. She wanted to talk, but there seemed an embargo o every subject. At last she recollected that she had been travelling, and they talked of Matlock and Dovedale with great perseverance. Yet time and her aunt moved slowly - and her patience and her ideas were nearly worn out before the tete-a-tete was over."
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