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After all, it was not as 57 8 Abigail Reynolds if Wickham had offered her any proof of his tale, and perhaps it was open to more than one interpretation. She had to admit that Wickham’s description of Darcy’s behaviour was not consistent with what she herself had observed in him; he was a generous and fair landlord, and it was hard to imagine him deliberately cheating someone. It was even possible, she supposed, that what Darcy had suggested was true: that Wickham had lied to her. A sensation of coldness came over her at the thought; what if she had believed the wrong man and levelled false accusations at her husband?
Elizabeth resolved that the best solution was to avoid Mr. Wickham, keeping to the side of the room away from the card players. Despite the initial success of this strategy, she did not move quickly enough when the game ended. Before she was aware what had transpired, she discovered Mr. Wickham taking the seat beside her. How was she to keep her word to Darcy now? He smiled at her amiably. ” Elizabeth met his eyes with a look intended to convey her apologies. After a minute of silence, Mr. ” She bit her lip, willing him to understand.
She could not imagine he would actually wish any of her family to be at Pemberley, even if he were willing to suffer it for her sake. Perhaps he was tired of the coldness between them and intended this as a gesture of his willingness to compromise. Yes, most likely that was it. If so, she would meet him halfway; she did not wish to spend the rest of her life like this. She considered what she could do in return, but she had nothing to offer him. Finally, the memory of his words during their quarrel returned: “What lies has Mr.