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In between periods of rest for Jane, Elizabeth meanders down to the library in search of new books to read. While there she noticed a chess board and starts a game, though notices that someone else is playing along. What she didn't not realize was that it was Mr Darcy thinking he was playing a game against Mr Bingley. So when he sees Elizabeth make a move he feels irritation that she would choose to make a play on a game she is not involved in, therefore when he looks at the move he realizes he is actually playing against Elizabeth.
This prolonged time provides lots of sparring opportunity for Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth and seals his determination to pursue her. Unfortunately, for Mr Darcy this extra time does nothing to help their misunderstandings; if anything, it increases them. What I get irritated at is that Miss Elizabeth continues to interpret Darcy's words in the worst possible ways. The poor guy is can't seem to dig himself a whole further by being tongue-tied and expressing his thoughts clumsily whenever he's with her. Then there's the newly-arrived Mr. Collins dropping details about his beloved patroness' daughter's impending marriage to Mr Darcy, sinking Darcy that much further in her esteem. She can't help feeling attracted to him, but she is convinced that he must be toying with her and would never consider actually marrying her. For all Elizabeth's wit, she sure is a numbskull!!!
I have to say that I love Mr Darcy's persistence and Mr Bennet's excellent observation and wit. I love how Elizabeth finally spoke back to Miss Bingley, even though Jane continues to reprimand Elizabeth for it. I LOVED how Mr Bennet finally yelled at Mr Collins to put him in his place, even though Mr Collins is still too stupid to realize when it's in his best interest to shut up!!!!
Yes, Lady Catherine and Mr Wickham make a show of things only they know how to. Mr Collins truly demonstrates what a toad he is. And Miss Bingley is the same delusional harpy as always.
If this is what to expect from Ms West's other books, then I will surely enjoy them. I highly recommend this to all JAFFers, there is no mature themes for those who are squeamish.