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Apa yang dilihat orang-orang seantero dunia tentang novel-novel terbaik Inggris? Untuk mendapatkan penilaian.. Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen, Colonel Fitzwilliam was as gracious as his aunt was cold. Elizabeth found the evening to be the most pleasant she had spent at Rosings, both because Fitzwilliam did speak to her and because Lady Catherine did not.
Practice is important. Fitzwilliam asked Elizabeth to play and she took her place at the piano. But I am too stubborn to give in to fear. Not even with a poor girl sitting alone without a partner. Lady Catherine joined the men near the piano. She was interrupted by a visit from Darcy. He sat and they exchanged the normal formal questions about family. I thank you.
Darcy seemed always on the verge of saying something without ever saying it. Finally, Charlotte and her sister returned. Darcy sat with them a few minutes without talking, then went away. Charlotte looked after him. Fitzwilliam was such a lively person and seemed to enjoy his conversations with them, so his visits were easy to understand. He often sat for ten minutes or more without opening his mouth. During her frequent long walks, Elizabeth ran into Darcy more than once. He showed no sign of enjoying the meetings, but he never avoided them either.
Charlotte continued to believe Darcy was partial to Elizabeth, but Lizzy would not hear that idea without laughing. One day, as she walked, Elizabeth came upon Colonel Fitzwilliam. He told her he would be leaving Kent on Saturday. He smiled. Even in marriage, we must think of money. I believe you know two of her friends, Mrs. Hurst and Miss Bingley. Apparently Bingley is the sort to fall madly in love instantly. There were strong objections to the lady. She bade farewell to Fitzwilliam before she burst into tears.
By the time she reached the parsonage, she had such a headache that she begged off an evening visit to Rosings and went to bed.
She hated to think how she would behave around him. At that thought, the bell rang. To her utter amazement, Darcy walked into the room.
He asked after her health. She answered with cold civility. He sat down. Then he stood and walked around the room. Elizabeth watched him but did not speak. Finally he stood in front of her. You must allow me to tell you that I love you.
He assured her that he had tried to stop his growing attachment since it was so unwise, but he could not. Then he fell silent. You have made it clear you bestow your regard unwillingly.
I am sorry to cause pain to anyone, but I doubt you will suffer long. Your relief will ease your suffering, I am sure. Darcy became pale with anger. Your offer could not have been better designed to offend and insult. This is reason enough for rudeness, if I was rude. But I have other reasons. What could possibly tempt me to accept the man who has ruined the happiness of my beloved sister?
He listened without interrupting. Your friend appears unkind and uncaring of a gentle girl. My sister is the talk of the village for daring to think he cared.
Do you deny what you have done? I did everything I could to separate them. I suspect these things would have been overlooked if I had not injured your pride! You are the last man in the world I would ever accept! Elizabeth sat and cried for half an hour and only moved when she heard the carriage bringing the others home.
She saw a gentleman moving her way. Afraid it might be Darcy, she turned to hurry back. But the gentleman had caught sight of her and called her name. It was Darcy.
He quickly reached her and held out a letter. Elizabeth opened the letter and began to read. In it, Darcy admitted that he saw Bingley preferred Jane over any other girl.
He said he observed Jane as well and saw no sign that she felt the same way. Since he believed Jane did not love Bingley, he did not want his friend 76 caught up in a marriage that would bring him no joy. The letter went on to explain that Darcy had told Bingley that he believed Jane did not love him. Naturally modest, Bingley had easily believed Jane might not favor him. Then the letter explained the situation of Wickham. The young man had been offered the situation he spoke of. He had declared he did not want the position.
He had asked for money equal to the worth of the position. Darcy paid it. Then when Wickham had spent 77 all of the money, he returned to ask to have the position as well. Darcy had refused. They planned to run away together. Darcy had returned home just days before the intended elopement. As Elizabeth went through each memory of her time with Wickham, her good opinion of him lessened.
The pain Jane had suffered was too great for her to easily forgive. Elizabeth found she was eager to return home when the time came. Collins insisted upon a formal speech concerning her visit and 78 his own happiness in marriage. Then Elizabeth had an warm parting with Charlotte. As the carriage pulled away, Maria turned to Elizabeth.
I will have so much to tell! Kitty and Lydia greeted their sisters in great excitement when they arrived. She has gone to live with her uncle in Liverpool! Lydia huffed. She left out any mention of Bingley but told Jane about Wickham. Jane said she could completely understand why Darcy was so taken with Elizabeth, and hoped he was not too unhappy in her refusal. Finally the regiment prepared to leave Meryton. She wanted Lydia 81 to come with them to Brighton so that she would not be alone in a new place.
Elizabeth felt this was a uniquely horrible idea. Lydia was barely controlled at home. How would be behave when far from the family? She tried to talk her father into forbidding the trip. He will keep her out of trouble. And she has no fortune. She is hardly likely to be an object of prey to anyone. And so Lydia went to Brighton with the regiment. The trip began later than planned because of Mr. They would limit the tour to the beautiful lands around Derbyshire.
Elizabeth was nervous of meeting Darcy since his home estate was in Derbyshire. But then she laughed at herself. In such a great large place, she was unlikely to see him at all. As they passed through the beautiful countryside, Mr.
Gardiner said Pemberley was nearby. Gardiner said. We will go tomorrow! On reaching the house, they were shown around by the housekeeper. For a moment, Elizabeth wondered what it would be like to be mistress of such a house. Then she looked at her dear aunt and uncle. Certainly Darcy would not allow such people to visit socially. That made her feel lucky again that she had turned him down. The housekeeper pointed out a portrait of Darcy. Gardiner asked. She is to arrive tomorrow with her brother.
After they had seen the house, they went for a walk.
Elizabeth walked a bit ahead of her aunt and uncle. Suddenly, Darcy himself came forward from around the stables. His appearance was so abrupt, there was no way for Elizabeth to hide. She felt deeply embarrassed, certain he must think she was throwing herself at him. Their conversation was very formal and they soon ran out of things to say. Darcy bowed and hurried away. When her aunt and uncle joined her, she was so distracted, she barely heard them. They walked together near the side of the river and 85 entered the woods.
Gardiner declared she could go no farther and was ready to return to the carriage. Elizabeth assumed he would turn away and walk elsewhere now that he had seen them, but he walked closer. She quickly made the introductions, glad that her aunt and uncle were fashionable people and would do nothing ill-bred. Still, she expected he would turn away as quickly as possible.
Instead, he entered into a lengthy conversation with Mr. Her aunt linked arms with her as they walked along with the chatting men. Finally 86 Mrs. Gardiner asked that her husband take her arm as she was growing quite tired. Darcy then walked beside Elizabeth. Bingley and his sisters. I would very much like to introduce my sister to you. She wants to know you. Finally they reached the house and Darcy helped the ladies into the carriage. The conversation soon turned to the countryside and Elizabeth was very glad to drop the topic of Darcy.
Still her mind rarely wandered far from him for the rest of the evening and into the next day. Would he really bring his sister to meet her? The Darcys were soon announced. Georgiana Darcy was very tall and graceful.
Her manners were perfect, though it was clear she was very shy. Before many words were exchanged, Bingley arrived. On the next day, a letter from Longbourn arrived just as Lizzy was dressing for a walk with her aunt and uncle.
She decided to stay behind, as she had been looking forward to a letter from Jane. Elizabeth gasped as she read the letter. Lydia had eloped with Wickham. She left only a short note saying they were going to Scotland to be married. So far, no sign of them could be found in Scotland.
Upon questioning, Mr. Denny said he believed Wickham never intended to marry her at all! Bennet was leaving at once for London with Colonel Forster to search for the couple. Jane begged for their uncle to go to London to help in the search if he would. Just as she reached it, it opened and Darcy appeared. Something terrible has happened.
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Gardiner, please. You do not look well. Her knees felt weak from shock. The servant was sent on his mission.
I am only recovering from the news I have received from Longbourn. She told him about the letter she had received and what it said. In less time than she could have imagined, they were seated in the carriage on the way to Longbourn. Bennet was still in London. Bennet refused to leave her dressing room and had kept Jane quite busy waiting on her. Kitty seemed unworried. Mary simply lectured everyone about the importance of female virtue.
Elizabeth and the Gardiners hurried up to see Mrs. Wickham and then he will be killed.
What will happen to us then? The Collinses will turn us out before he is cold in his grave! Gardiner left. Gardiner stayed for a few days to help Jane and Elizabeth with their mother. Now and then, Elizabeth thought of Darcy. Finally they received a letter from Mr. Gardiner in London. Bennet was returning home. Gardiner would keep up the search.
When he arrived, Mr. Bennet said nothing about the situation for several hours. Finally, Elizabeth dared to speak on the subject. Perhaps when Kitty runs away, I will take my turn of sitting in my nightcap and demanding things.
You are never to stir out of doors. Lydia and Wickham were found! Gardiner assured them in the letter. We will have the wedding in this house as soon as we hear from you. Though I do not know how I can ever pay your uncle back the money he has spent.
How could such a sum be repaid? The change in their mother upon hearing this news was amazing. She rejoiced in the 94 marriage of her youngest daughter just as if no scandal was attached at all. He assured them they owed him nothing.
The couple was married. Wickham would be moving to the North for a military position after a brief visit to Longbourn. When the couple arrived, Lydia ran into the house with no sign of embarrassment.
You may leave one or two of my sisters with me. I shall get husbands for them before the winter is over. Lydia insisted upon talking about the wedding. I worried, but I suppose Darcy might have done as well. Elizabeth wrote immediately to her aunt. She received an answer soon after. Her aunt and uncle thought Darcy had come at her request, though no one had said so.
It was Darcy who had found the couple. Darcy confronted Wickham and found he had 96 run away from his debt and taken Lydia along only because she wanted to come. He never intended to marry Lydia. Therefore, Darcy settled upon him enough money to make Lydia far more appealing. Could he have done it for her? But that made no sense. Darcy would never agree to be brotherin-law to Wickham.
Finally she decided that his reason must have been just what he said. He felt responsible and he had the means to do something about it. Finally the day came for the new couple to leave. Bennet fussed over her youngest daughter but her sadness did not last long. A great surprise soon came to the neighborhood. The tall, proud man.
Darcy inquired after Mr. Gardiner, 98 which surprised Mrs. Albany: Suny Press. Haggerty, G.
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Lacan, J.The Iliad 6. Menurutku ini menjadi salah satu kekuatan Pride and Prejudice untuk terus bertahan sebagai novel populer yang terus diceritakan dari masa ke masa. She had come so close to having two daughters married. Collins announced he intended to marry Charlotte Lucas! Lizzy is not a bit better than the others; and I am sure she is not half so handsome as Jane, nor half so good-humoured as Lydia. Kent, S.