I honestly don't think so.
Posted by Mark on December 05, 1997 at 15:59:23:
In response to His proposal, written by Constanza on December 05, 1997 at 15:02:56
] I think fight a lot with himself before going to the rectory to find her there, but when he set out from from Rosings he was determined to asked her to marry him. Otherwise he would not have gone.
] BTW this post is a bit of a mess itself. I hope you undestand it!
Perfectly, my dear
I am sorry. I just don't see Mr. Fritzwilliam Darcy making such a mess of something that he sets his mind to do. Look at the clues:
Does this sound like a man who has made up his mind before arriving? I simply cannot see it. Darcy is nothing, if not decisive. Once he makes up his mind, he is implacable. He proceeds in a very logical, methodical manner. This is NOT the case with his first proposal.
What clues do you see that he did make up his mind before hand?
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