By Janice Greene, Jane Austen
Publication through Austen, Jane
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This alone would not have discouraged him. His feelings were very strong. But we convinced him that your sister didn’t really care for him. This wasn’t difficult, as Bingley is a very modest man. There’s one part of this affair that shames me. I knew your sister was in London, but I kept this fact from Bingley. At that time, I felt this was for the best. As for Mr. Wickham, I can answer this charge in only one way: You must know the 51 0-QX-Pride and Prejudice-Final PRIDE AND 09/6/06 2:48 PM Page 52 PREJUDICE entire truth of his connection to my family.
Elizabeth was lost in admiration. The rooms were handsome indeed and decorated in fine taste. ” Elizabeth thought. “But, no, my dear aunt and uncle would then have been lost to 59 0-QX-Pride and Prejudice-Final PRIDE AND 09/6/06 2:49 PM Page 60 PREJUDICE me. Mr. ” At one point, the housekeeper pointed out a drawing of Mr. Darcy. ” “You seem to be quite proud of him,” Elizabeth said. ” the housekeeper said. “He’s not like most of the wild young men nowadays—who think of nothing but themselves! Not one of his servants will give him a bad name.
She read the entire letter, and put it away. She decided she would never look at it again. Half a minute later, however, she read the 53 0-QX-Pride and Prejudice-Final PRIDE AND 09/6/06 2:48 PM Page 54 PREJUDICE letter again. She began to think about Wickham. She realized she’d known nothing of his past. She remembered his charming manner perfectly. Yet she could not recall anything good or kind he’d done. She decided against talking to Colonel Fitzwilliam. Darcy wouldn’t have mentioned him if his story had been false.
Pride and Prejudice (Saddleback Classics) by Janice Greene, Jane Austen