His Perspective, I Mean
Posted by Rachel on November 29, 1997 at 23:14:04:
In response to Economic realities, written by kates on November 29, 1997 at 22:36:52
You are also right, too. Very much so. I just stumbled on the observation that the circumstantial evidence can be viewed that she encouraged him the whole time; but it was more the point of economics. It was finantially the stupidest move in the book to refuse him; an extremely rich man. Actually, I've always wondered what Mrs. Bennet would do if she knew Lizzie turned down Pemberley and 10,000 a year.
But . . . for Darcy, was it not more important that she loved him? because he doesn't want to be accepted just for his great estate and 10,000; he wants to marry a woman who loves him, and Darcy never would have asked if he knew the real state of things.
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