Mary wished to say something very sensible, but knew not how.
…she felt depressed beyond any thing she had ever known before.
Eleanor went to her room “where she was free to think and be wretched.
It was not very wonderful that Catherine . . . should prefer cricket, base ball . . . to books.
Think only of the past as its remembrance gives you pleasure.
Oh, Lizzy! do anything rather than marry without affection.
Have you any other objection than your belief of my indifference?”- Elizabeth Bennet
…and their marriage, instead of depriving her of one friend, secured her two.
There is nothing like employment, active indispensable employment, for relieving sorrow.
Is not general incivility the very essence of love?
How often is happiness destroyed by preparation, foolish preparation!
I assure you. I have no notion of treating men with such respect. That is the way to spoil them.
If things are going untowardly one month, they are sure to mend the next.
Where an opinion is general, it is usually correct.