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Georgiana Darcy was a great surprise to Elizabeth. She seemed as embarrassed as Elizabeth. Wickham had said Miss Darcy was very proud. Instead, she was quite shy. Mr. Darcy told Elizabeth that Bingley was also coming. In a few minutes, they heard his quick step on the stairs. On seeing Bingley, Elizabeth’s thoughts flew to her sister. She watched him speak to Miss Darcy, who was supposed to be Jane’s rival. But Elizabeth saw no attraction between them. After going to bed that night, Elizabeth lay awake for hours.

The other concerns Mr. Wickham. I will answer the charge regarding your sister first: Soon after Bingley met your sister, I could tell 50 0-QX-Pride and Prejudice-Final 09/6/06 2:48 PM Page 51 A Letter for Elizabeth • 8 he had serious feelings for her. Yet, although your sister seemed to like him, it seemed to me that her heart was not touched. If I was mistaken, I’m sorry I gave her pain. I did object to Bingley marrying your sister because of your family. I find no fault in the way you and Jane behave.

Upon my word, sir,” Elizabeth stated firmly. “I am not one of those young ladies. ” “My dearest cousin,” Mr. Collins went on, “forgive me if I do not believe you. My situation in life is excellent. My connection with Lady Catherine makes my offer a handsome one. In spite of your many attractions, a poor girl like you may never get another offer of marriage. ” The situation was impossible! Not knowing what else to do, Elizabeth left the room. A few minutes later, she was called to the library.

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