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“Charlotte tells Elizabeth she is marrying Mr. Collins: I don't have long, Elizabeth. All I ask is that my final months be happy ones. and that I be permitted a husband who will see to my proper Christian beheading- and funeral.”
“Elizabeth explains to Jane how she decided she was in love with Darcy after rejecting him for his pride. I must confess that I love him better than our games of Kiss Me Deer. It has been coming on so gradually, that I hardly know when it began. But I believe I must date it from my first seeing the way his trousers clung to those most English parts.”
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