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    Mr Collins times his visit to Longbourn a few weeks earlier, altering the events of the Meryton assembly.

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  2. Public Bookmark 93

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    This story is built around a premise that Darcy does not propose at Hunsford. Thus, while enamoured of Elizabeth, Darcy does not lose his deliberate approach to the matter and instead travels to London the week before her return to meet and converse with Mr. Gardiner.

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    Elizabeth is invited to partake of the London small season in the fall of 1811 and does not encounter Bingley or Darcy when they visit Hertfordshire.

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    23 May 2021

  4. Public Bookmark 84

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    It is an unfortunate truth that though a mother may bask in the triumph of her eldest daughter’s marriage for an interminable amount of time, she eventually regains her senses. And in Mrs. Bennet’s case, the joy of seeing Jane married to a gentleman met at her brother Gardiner’s in town was only too quickly followed by panic at the realisation that she had four daughters still to settle.

    (Upon his arrival in Meryton, Mr. Bingley is immediately smitten with a different Miss Bennet.)

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    19 May 2021

  5. Public Bookmark 14

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    "Many many years ago, in the aulden times, there lived a young woman who was of the faeries. She was a bonny thing -- the most bonny lass ye may have e’er laid eyes on, wi’ hair like black earth and eyes like the gems of auld an’ a laugh that made the forests sing."

    Bree, beside him, continues scowling at her shoes as though her last-week declaration that she would like to attend university in Boston -- "this is your doing," Claire had informed him, with wryness in her voice -- has been summarily swapped out for a new career of floorboard-staring.

    Jamie supposes there is no easy way to learn that your mother is from the future.

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    18 May 2021