The Loiterer

Table of Contents

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We speak of them as they were
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Sophia's Comments for the Introduction.

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THE LOITERER by James Austen, Henry Austen, et al.

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Male Voices in Praise of Jane Austen. – Ashton Dennis' web site.

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Jane Austen & the Wars by R. Jason Everett

Introduction

Part I: 1775 – 1795

Part II: 1796 – 1800

Part III: 1801 – 1803

Part IV: 1803 – 1806

Part V: 1806 – 1807

Part VI: 1807 – 1809

Part VII: 1809 – 1811

Part VIII: 1811 – 1813

Part IX: 1814 – 1817

Part X: Sources

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Darcy to Elizabeth: God bless you

This essay is a series of posts by Lisa and Warren from the Pride and Prejudice board at Pemberley that examines Darcy's "God bless you" in his letter to Elizabeth after his first proposal. I will only add that we should all learn to love like that. Darcy's letter is found in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice Chapter 35.

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How Elizabeth feels about....

Because there has been much controversy (um...discussion) about Elizabeth's real feelings for Darcy at Pemberley, Line was inspired to compile a list of quotations concerning this question: “Is Elizabeth secretly in love with Darcy all along, and if not, when *does* she fall in love?” You may check the lists here:

1. Elizabeth's feelings for Wickham and Colonel Fitzwilliam

2. Elizabeth's feelings for Mr. Darcy

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