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|Mr. Collins letter
Written by Graciela
(6/11/2007 9:43 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Consider the source, penned by Kathi
Charlotte could have said something that Elizabeth told her some time, that her parents indulged her younger sisters very much.
I suppose that Elizabeth must have written to Charlotte after she came back to Longbourn, and mentioned that Lydia was going to Brighton, and that she was worried for Lydia's behavior.
Why Mr. Collins had to tell Lady Catherine about the elopement?
Then he says:
And this consideration leads me moreover to reflect, with augmented satisfaction, on a certain event of last November; for had it been otherwise, I must have been involved in all your sorrow and disgrace. (Ch. 48)
Is he happy that he has been rejected? Sorry, boy, but you are already their relative, so you are involved in their disgrace.
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