Angry and upset over his rejection, Darcy decides to defend himself. He waylays her on her morning walk, hands her a letter and leaves. The contents leave Elizabeth reeling. Darcy indeed had good cause for his behavior towards Wickham, but Elizabeth can only shake her head in sorrow and disagreement as she reads that, when he separated Bingley from Jane, he believed her to be indifferent to him. Written by
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The grand estate of Pemberley doesn't actually exist. The exteriors of the house belong to Lyme Park and the interiors belong to Sudbury Hall. See more
After Darcy dives into the water at Pemberley and encounters Lizzy there, his hair is wet when they speak. Only a few moments later, he hurries out of the house to see her again, and his hair looks dry. See more
What must he think of me?
Referenced in Pride and Prejudice
Composed by Carl Davis
Performed by Melvyn Tan See more