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|The way you portray it, it sounds so simple...
Written by Lila
(6/22/2007 9:25 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Why is it Darcy's job to do this?, penned by Karen 2L
But remember that Darcy himself said to Elizabeth about Elizabeth's refusal and all that was included in her refusal... " ... it was some time, I confess, before I was reasonable enough to allow their justice." It took time for him to realize his various mistakes... Also remember that it wasn't just Jane's feelings for Bingley that was the issue.. he also believed that Jane's connections were inappropriate for Bingley... This is very haughty, I know, but that is how he was raised. This is what he believed. Until some period of time after Elizbeth's refusal, when he realized that he was wrong...
This could have been around the time of their meeting in Pemberley, which was in the summer. At which point he got distracted with Lydia's situation..
Does this seem plausible?
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