Amanda, declared to be the center of all evil by Mrs. Bennet, unsuccessfully tries to re-enter into her own world. In these trying times stuck in Pride and Prejudice, Amanda gets help from an unexpected counter. The world of Pride and Prejudice is not what it should be. Jane is married to Collins, Bingley almost constantly drunk, Elizabeth nowhere to be seen, and Darcy in love with Amanda. Trying to get the story back to how she knows and loves it, Amanda tries to persuade Darcy that he and Elizabeth are incessantly made for one another. Until Amanda realizes that she might return Darcy's feelings leaving her wondering whether Darcy's and Elizabeth's falling in love will still make her happy? An unpleasant Caroline Bingley and aristocratic Lady Catherine de Bourgh rattle Amanda's decision and make her efforts more difficult. Written by
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There is a passing reference to Loganberry jam. Loganberries were not developed until 1883, seventy years after the novel's publication. See more
I try not to judge people I've never met.
You are a philosopher, Miss Price. I would I could be like you.
Certainly you would benefit an occupation of some kind. You have no function, Mr. Darcy. No purpose.
Of course not! What a disgusting idea. That is a raison d'entre of society. We must be seen to be unoccupied.
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