That and also...
Posted by Constanza on December 01, 1997 at 08:30:30:
In response to Not impromptu, written by Andrea Jutson on December 01, 1997 at 03:05:50
] I also agree that he blundered into the first proposal, he simply could no longer hold his tongue and it got him in deep troubles as he didn't think before he spoke.
] I'm sure that a lot of weighing up of pros and cons must have gone into it first- he was marrying a woman so far "beneath him", of course. I think he knew the time to propose was coming. And he did ask her all those questions about Mr Collins and Charlotte's marriage.
He also talks about her strong attachment to Longburn and
and in speaking of Rosings, and her not perfectly understanding the house, he seemed to expect that whenever she came into Kent again she would be staying there too. His words seemed to imply it.
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