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  • After explaining the incident with Darcy's proposal to Elizabeth...
  • Jane: I agree that it wasn't right for Darcy to assume that you would say yes, but I feel bad that you disappointed him and rejected him so harshly. You probably made him very upset.
  • Elizabeth: I do feel sorry for him, but he will probably get over his feelings for me soon.
  • After explaining the letter Mr. Darcy gave Elizabeth containing the situation with Mr. Wickham...
  • Jane: Wickham is much too gentleman like to have done such a thing, but Darcy may be telling the truth.
  • Elizabeth: You have to choose a side. You must think that one of these men is wrong, they can't both be good.
  • Elizabeth: I was unhappy at first about the letter, and I wish you would have been there so I could have had someone to talk to, but I don't have any regrets or compassion for what happened or for my actions. Should I tell the town about what Wickham has done and who he really is?
  • Jane: I think that it would be very mean to expose him in that way, what do you think?
  • Elizabeth: I agree, Darcy does not want anyone knowing about the incident with his sister. Besides, people probably wouldn't believe her anyways because of their set views they have of him already. Wickham will be gone soon, so it won't matter to to people to hear about him anymore.
  • Jane: We shouldn't ruin anything for them. They probably already feel sorry enough.
  • Elizabeth, talking to herself...
  • Elizabeth: As much as it feels good to get everything off of my chest, I can't tell Jane about what Darcy said about her and Mr. Bingley. I can tell that Jane is still upset about him leaving and I know at she cares about him . It isn't my right to explain to her what happened.
  • Later...
  • Mrs. Bennet: I heard that Mr. Bingley may not be returning to Netherfield again. He treated Jane so poorly and I hope he realizes one day what he has done. The Collins must live very comfortably. I'm sure they talk about our estate for when your father dies. They seem to never be stressed about money because they take care of their income.
  • Elizabeth: The Bingley's will never come live at Netherfield again. Yes, the Collins are doing fine, but they never spoke of the inheritance while I was there.
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