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Miss Elizabeth
I have struggled in vain and I can bear it no longer
these past months have been a torment
I came to Rosings for the single option of seeing you
I have to see you
I have fought against my better judgment
my family's expectations
the inferiority of your birth
my rank, circumstances all these and I'm willing to put aside
and ask you
to end my agony
I don't understand
I love you
most ardently
please do me the honour of excepting my hand
Sir, I
I appreciate the struggle you have been through
and I am very sorry to have caused you pain
believe me it was unconsciously done
Is this your reply?
Yes sir
Are you
Are you laughing at me?
Are you rejecting me?
I'm sure that the feeling which had you told me
have hindered your regard will help you
in overcoming it
Might I asked why with so little
endeavour at civility, I must repulse
And I might as well enquire
why with so evident a design of insulting me
you chose to tell me that you like me
against your better judgment
No believe me, I don't make
If I was uncivil then that is some excuse
but I have other reasons
you know I have
What reasons?
Did you think of anything might tempt me
to accept the man who has ruined
perhaps forever the happiness
of her most beloved sister
Do you deny it Mr. Darcy?
that you separated a young couple who loved each other
exposing your friend to the censure of the world for caprice
and my sister
to its derision for disappointed hope
and involving the broken misery of the acutest kind
I do not deny it
How could you do it?
Because I believe your sister indifferent to him
I watched them most carefully and realised
his attachment was deeper than her
That's because she's shy
Bingley too is modest and was persuaded
she didn't feel strongly for him
Because you suggested it
I did it for his own good
My sister hardly shows her true feelings to me
I supposed you suspected his
his fortune had some bearings on the matter
No, I wouldn't do your sister the dishonour
though it was suggested
What was?
It was made perfectly clear that an advantageous marriage
Did my sister gives that impression?
No, there was however I have to admit
the matter of your family
Our want of connection?
Mr. Bingley didn't seem to begs himself about that
No it was more than that
How sir?
It was lack of propriety shown by your mother
your three younger sisters
even on occasions, your father
Forgive me
You and your sister I must exclude
And what about Mr. Wickham
Mr. Wickham?
What excuse can you give for your
your behaviour towards him?
You take an eager interest in that gentleman's concerns
You told me of his misfortune
Oh yes his misfortune had been very great indeed
You ruined his chances
and yet you treat him with sarcasm
So this is your opinion of me?
Thank you for explaining so fully
Perhaps these offences might have been overlooked
had not your pride been hurt
by my honesty in a bit of scruple
about our relationship
Could you expect me to rejoice
in the inferiority of your circumstances
And those are the words of a gentleman?
From the first moment I met you
your arrogance, your conceit, your selfish disdain
for the feelings of others
made me realised that you were the last man
in the world I could ever be prevailed upon
to marry
Forgive me
Madam, for taking up so much of your time


Pride & Prejudice (2005) - Storm Scene (With Subtitles)

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