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Matthew Rhys as Mr. Darcy in Death Comes to Pemberley

for Helen

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Jane Austen Challenge » 2. Favorite Austen Man - Mr. Knightley

Mr. Knightley, a sensible man about seven or eight-and-thirty, was not only a very old and intimate friend of the family, but particularly connected with it as the elder brother of Isabella’s husband. He lived about a mile from Highbury, was a frequent visitor and always welcome … Mr. Knightley had a cheerful manner which always did him good.

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'I have known myself to be divided from Edward for ever, without hearing one circumstance that could make me less desire the connection.—Nothing has proved him unworthy; nor has anything declared him indifferent to me.— I have had to contend against the unkindness of his sister, and the insolence of his mother; and have suffered the punishment of an attachment, without enjoying its advantages. (…) I was very unhappy.”

- Elinor Dashwood

"I do so like this dance, Mr. Bingley! It is so delicate!"

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Of what do you wish to write?Of the heart.


Of what do you wish to write?
Of the heart.

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"Foolish fellow! And so this is her attraction after all! This it is, her not caring about you, which gives her such a soft skin, and makes her so much taller, and produces all these charms and graces! I do desire that you will not be making her really unhappy; a little love, perhaps, may animate and do her good, but I will not have you plunge her deep, for she is as good a little creature as ever lived, and has a great deal of feeling.”

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