Fitzwilliam Darcy’s inner struggles: 6/?

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ladymary87:

Jane Bennet and Mr. Bingley.

reshmarambles:

shesarealphony:

the 1995 Pride and Prejudice is so great it’s like *sticks exactly to the book, sticks exactly to the book, sticks exactly to the book COLIN FIRTH IN A WET SHIRT sticks exactly to the book, sticks exactly to the book*

#that’s the kind of deviation books need from the plot

potterheadfrom221bgotthetardis:

returnmysanity:

So this guy

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is this guy

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and this girl

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is this girl

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Mr Bennet sent his own daughter to The Hunger Games.

TWICE

allinablur:

(by lulabo)

I take love quite seriously. I’m talking about the life-changing ones, the ones who somehow get inside you, who actually alter your chemical make-up, where you get butterflies and feel like your stomach’s turning over a whole physical world which you’re not in control of at all. And I think one is lucky when one gets to feel this. Some people I don’t think ever do.”

(Rosamund Pike)

And now, for The Best Children’s Book Ever

seaborg:

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I’M LAUGHING SO HARD. THAT’S IT GUYS, THAT’S ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW.

thatwetshirt:

When those dances were over she returned to Charlotte Lucas, and was in conversation with her, when she found herself suddenly addressed by Mr. Darcy, who took her so much suprise in his application for her hand, that, without knowing what she did, she accepted him.

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