“Mary wished to say something very sensible, but knew not how.”
Mr. Bennet tries to provoke Mary into commenting on “the forms of introduction,” in the midst of all the hoopla about meeting Bingley
Pride & Prejudice, volume 1, chapter 2
Poor Mary! I empathize…
©BBC 1994 for Masterpiece™
One Response to Poor Mary
Hello, Lori. I located your blog through a link on a friend’s blog, and I’m glad to find it. Austen has been a favorite of mine for a long time.
Your own books (from their titles) pique my interest as well. I look forward to reading more.