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Deleted Scene: Comforting Lady Catherine

A few scenes got cut from the final project, but they live on here, for your enjoyment. As Dr. Bennet is arguing with the surgeon and apothecary, Elizabeth is comforting Lady Catherine.    Lady Catherine drew a sharp breath but did not speak. The great lady was never without words. She was in a most …

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Deleted Scene: Lizzy and Aunt Gardiner Take a Walk

A few scenes got cut from the final project, but they live on here, for your enjoyment.   Aunt walked into the parlor and handed Elizabeth her bonnet and pelisse. “Come, my dear, put those on. Now that all the rain has finally cleared, it is time for some fresh air and a long walk. …

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Deleted Scene: The Men at the Pub

A few scenes got cut from the final project, but they live on here, for your enjoyment. Wickham was difficult to extract from the Bennet house. Mrs. Bennet was loath to permit him to leave until Darcy intimated that Lady Catherine expressed her approval for their outing, at which point she could not usher him …

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Deleted Scenes: Darcy arrives in London

A few scenes got cut from the final project, but they live on here, for your enjoyment.   Darcy’s townhouse staff proved their worth once again and rose to the occasion with aplomb. Though surprised at his arrival, in short order he sat in his study before a warm fire, a tray of hot food …

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Deleted Scenes: Mr. Bennet calls on Darcy

A few scenes got cut from the final project, but they live on here, for your enjoyment. The housekeeper burst in. “Excuse me, sir—” she held out a silver tray with a calling card. Darcy took it and grumbled under his breath. “Papa?” “Yes.” He stood. “Excuse me. I will receive him in my office.” …

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Deleted Scenes: Mr. Bennet Calls on Lizzy

A few scenes got cut from the final project, but they live on here, for your enjoyment.   Elizabeth woke just after dawn, as she always did. She rolled toward the window and pulled the sheets up over her shoulders. Mr. Darcy had only been gone two days. Aunt Gardiner had called early on each …

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