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|Hints? She was pretty forthright about
Written by Kris L
(6/14/2007 12:56 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, We don't 'want' so much, now!, penned by Rose G
the marriage. It was curious to me when I read it. Elizabeth tried to do such a good job hiding her feelings about Darcy from her aunt. Why does her aunt take that role? Maybe she sees that both of them (E and D) are too shy to jump over the gulf of understanding that separates them? Example, Elizabeth frets about how to make Darcy like her again, when all this time he is still in love with her. Or when he leaves to find Wickham and Lydia, she thinks he is disgusted with her and her family.
Aunt Gardiner is acting as a sort of a matchmaker here, letting Elizabeth know Darcy's feelings, or the feelings she read in his actions, b/c I am sure he did not say anything along these lines.
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