Elizabeth replies to Mr. Darcy's letters with some of her own.
After receiving letters from her husband, Mr. Darcy (from Letters from Mr. Darcy), Elizabeth soon replies with her own set, quenching his anxiety and inertia on his first trip away from Pemberley since their marriage.
"The diversions here are nothing without you, so how dare you say that amusements such as these (inherently paltry and slight) could ever direct my mind to something other than my benevolent husband?
And to the gentlewoman you refer to as possessing conversation bereft of enjoyment or information; I recognize exactly who you allude to, sir, and to say such a thing of our (am I right?) Caroline Bingley is irrefutable, certainly, but nevertheless bad of a gentleman indeed!
Unlike yourself, I am readily able to admit to my impropriety, in which I simply cannot help myself from laughing."
Other works from this author: Letters from Mr. Darcy and These Times! A Parody in Song.
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Published December 25, 2012
Romance, Literature & Fiction, History.