characters Ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ E BradshawEnemyElizabeth looked up at Mr Wickhams face as he spoke and realised as she followed the direction of his pointed gaze that he had locked eyes with Mr Darcy across the space of the crowded ballroom She had not noticed before that Mr Darcy was observing them though it was clear that Mr Wickham had known exactly where Mr Darcy was within the room as well as having been entirely aware that Mr Darcy had been watching the of them The air
seemed to spark between the two men Elizabeth could not fail to notice the palpable tension which flowed in wavesto spark between the two men and Elizabeth could not fail to notice the palpable tension which flowed in waves them She saw the scornful sneer that Mr Wickham shot towards his enemy and Mr Darcy bristling in returnIn fact Mr Darcy is so unsettled by the sight of Elizabeth dancing with his enemy and so ealous that he acts immediately to separate them Unfortunately for Elizabeth this is only the first of a series of humiliating experiences that she is to face that evening and the conseuences of Mr Darcys actions are to cause a scandal which will unavoidably change her futur. .
Ad instead attended the ball on that #fateful evening In this re telling of the famous story events start on the evening of the #evening In this re telling of the famous story events start on the evening of the anticipated Netherfield ball and Elizabeth uietly frets to herself over the potential for her
family to create a public scene She knows very well that Mr Bingleys conceited sisters hold herto create a public scene She knows very well that Mr Bingleys conceited sisters hold her in contempt ust as she is very aware of Mr Darcys obvious disapproval She dreads the prospect of enduring her promised dances with Mr Collins and is Appalled At Her Mothers at her mothers matchmaking efforts However with the one pivotal change of Mr Wickham being unexpectedly present at the ball Elizabeths night and her prospects for an enjoyable evening change completely And as a conseuence of his attendance at the ball the events of the novel begin to differ from there onwards as well The neighbourhood of Meryton is entirely scandalised when Elizabeth takes a dance with the gallant Mr Wickham and Mr Darcy is beside himself with rage to see the woman he secretly admires dancing so merrily with his arch. I found said he as the time drew near that I had better not meet with Mr
Darcy that to be in the same room the same party with him for sothat to be in the same room the same party with him for so hours together might bethan I could bear and that scenes might arise unpleasant tothan myself Mr Wickham Pride and Prejudice Chapter In chapter of Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice Mr Wickham makes a charming apology to Elizabeth Bennet over his prior absence from the Netherfield Ball The reader later discovers the truth of this situation that Mr Wickham was keen to avoid Mr Darcy that night for it was entirely possible that he could have faced entirely ustifiable retribution from Mr Darcy if he had attended The reader and Elizabeth are
Unaware At That Point In The Novelat that point in the novel Mr Wickhams true deceitful nature and of course no one in wider society is aware of Mr Wickhams scandalous behaviour concerning Mr Darcys younger sisterHowever in this alternative narrative the reader is shown how #events could have varied in Pride and Prejudice if Mr Wickham had #could have varied in Pride and Prejudice if Mr Wickham had caution to the wind and ,