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.
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The period of time when Jane travels to London in the hopes of seeing Mr. Bingley and Lizzie visits Charlotte at Hunsford is in the winter. The novel mentions that is March, and the trees are just beginning to sprout greenery again at the end of Lizzie's visit. However, in this adaptation, there are lush green fields and foliage at Hunsford throughout the visit. See more
In vain I have struggled. It will not do. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.
Almost from the earliest moments of our acquaintance, I have come to feel for you a passionate admiration and regard, which despite all my struggles, has overcome every rational objection and I beg you, most fervently, to relieve my suffering and consent to be my wife.
In such cases as these, I believe the established mode is to express a sense of ...
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