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Pride and Prejudice Love Letters

Summary: Discusses the love letters in the novel "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen.
In Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, there were many letters. The letters were very important ways of communication. The letters reveal characters and love, one of the main themes in Pride and Prejudice.

Darcy loved Elizabeth for a very much. Elizabeth did not really love Darcy because she thought that Darcy was stubborn and stiff. However, Elizabeth was wrong. One day, Darcy wrote a very long letter to Elizabeth telling her two issues. The first issue was that Darcy believed that Jane did not like Bingley. In addition, Darcy believed that Bingley would embarrass himself while proposing to Jane.

Darcy also gossips about Wickham. Darcy wrote that when his father died, the will suggested that Darcy give Wickham a parish at Pemberley or aid Wickham find an appropriate status at different estate. However, Wickham decided that the money that he obtained would support him...

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