Pride and Prejudice Chapter 43

Pride and Prejudice Chapter 43
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  • I wish I could see the rest of the grounds...
  • He seems different...
  • He is seeking the acquaintance of the very people whom his pride once revolted! He will be surprised!
  • Would you do the honour of introducing me to your friends, Miss Bennet?
  • Elizabeth, and Mr and Mrs Gardiner continue their walk around the grounds. Mrs Gardiner becomes tired and slows, requesting to head back to the house. Elizabeth, feeling obliged to agree, walks back with them.
  • You must come and fish here as often as you please. 
  • Why is he so altered? It cannot be for me, it cannot be for my sake that his manners are thus softened. It is impossible that he should still love me.
  • They don't move far before, yet again to their surprise, they become face to face with Mr Darcy.
  • What a compliment of the highest kind! I am flattered and pleased...
  • Will you allow me, or do I ask too much, to introduce my sister to your acquaintance?
  • To Elizabeth's shock, Mr Darcy asks her to introduce him to her friends.
  • Though some people may call him proud, I have seen nothing of it.
  • He is perfectly well behaved, polite, and unassuming.
  • They begin to walk back to the house, the two gentlemen at the back, and the two ladies in the front. Elizabeth, astonished, thinks about how Mr Darcy acted and how his character had suddenly changed.
  • Mrs Gardiner leaves Elizabeths side to go and walk by her husband. Mr Darcy takes her place, and they begin to talk.
  • Elizabeth and the Gardiners leave Pemberley and discuss the encounter with Mr Darcy.
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