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    Pride And Prejudice:Why is the news of the elopement of Lydia and Wickham in Chapter 46 such an important moment and how does it affect what follows in the novel?

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    when the news arrives of Lydia?s scandalous elopement because just when Elizabeth?s feelings reach a new high point for Darcy, she is hit with the realisation that he may never want to be associated with her again: ?Never had she so honestly felt that she could have loved him, when all love must be in vain.? However, Darcy does show great concern for Elizabeth when he arrives unexpectedly during her breakdown; an ironic and dramatic moment as he?s almost like her saviour coming to rescue her.

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