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MR. DARCY: Miss Bennet!
I have a confession to make.
I didn't tell the exact truth, I'm afraid, about the message from the Bingleys.
ELIZABETH BENNET: You mean they didn't send one?
MR. DARCY: They didn't send one for the good reason that Charles Bingley had every intention of bringing it himself.
ELIZABETH BENNET: Himself?
MR. DARCY: Yes. He came back to Netherfield last night. I was rather expecting to see him here this afternoon. Aahh!
ELIZABETH BENNET: Oh, Mr. Darcy, this is your doing!
MR. DARCY: Shall I tell you who is really responsible for your sister's happiness, Miss Elizabeth? Caroline Bingley.
ELIZABETH BENNET: Miss Bingley?
MR. DARCY: Yes. She sent her brother back by dwelling on all the reasons why he should stay away.
ELIZABETH BENNET: Ohh!
MR. DARCY: I only approved the decision that he had already taken on his own account.
ELIZABETH BENNET: Mr. Darcy, there's
something else I hardly know how to put it into words!
What you did for Lydia.
MR. DARCY: I have... but, I assure you I did nothing, Miss Bennet.
ELIZABETH BENNET: Lady Catherine was not of that opinion.
MR. DARCY: What? But I never gave her leave to tell you that!
ELIZABETH BENNET: Gave her leave? Do you mean to say that Lady Catherine...
MR. DARCY: I have... wanted to know if I would be welcome. She came as my ambassador.
ELIZABETH BENNET: Your ambassador? I never imagined that that was the language of diplomacy!
You know, she likes you, in spite of her language.
ELIZABETH BENNET: Me?
MR. DARCY: Yes! She really does!
ELIZABETH BENNET: Oh! I wish I had known it! I wouldn't have been so rude.
MR. DARCY: But that was what she liked. People flatter her so much she enjoys an occasional change.
ELIZABETH BENNET: I'm afraid I gave her a good change this afternoon.
MR. DARCY: She went away delighted! You evidently confirmed the good opinion she'd formed of you at Rosings.
I don't know what to say or think!
Except that: you must allow me, what you did for Lydia. And, if the facts were known to the rest of my family, I should not merely have my own gratitude to express!
MR. DARCY: If you must thank me, let it be for yourself alone. Whatever I did, I thought only of you.
ELIZABETH BENNET: Oh, Mr. Darcy! When I think of how I've misjudged you! The horrible things I said, I'm so ashamed!
MR. DARCY: Oh, no! It's I who should be ashamed! Of my arrogance! Of my stupid pride! Of all! Except one thing! One thing! I'm not ashamed of having loved you! Elizabeth, dare I ask you again? Elizabeth! Dear, beautiful Lizzie!
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