Less than three days after Mr Collins' proposal to her, Elizabeth is shocked to discover that he has been accepted by her best friend, Charlotte Lucas. Elizabeth cannot believe Charlotte can demean herself so, but her friend tells her that she cannot afford to be choosy and Mr Collins is a good catch. The marriage is to be soon, but Charlotte begs her to visit them at Hunsford Parsonage in March. Written by
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Just outside Longbourn, as Mrs. Bennet is walking her newly-arrived brother and his wife into the house, what she is saying does not match the movement of her mouth and is clearly dubbed. See more
I fear I am ill-qualified to recommend myself to strangers.
Shall we ask him why? Why a man of sense and education, who has lived in the world, should be ill-qualified to recommend himself to strangers?
I am... I have not that talent which some possess, of conversing easily with strangers.
I do not play this instrument so well as I should wish to, but I have always supposed that to be my own fault, because I would not take the trouble of practicing.
You're perfectly right. You've employed your ...
Fair Maid of the Inn
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