Pride and Prejudice

by: Jane Austen

Chapters 46–49

1
Even if he could form such a design against a young woman of Lydia’s connections, which is not likely, can I suppose her so lost to every thing?
2
She has no money, no connections, nothing that can tempt him to — she is lost forever.
3
Perhaps she meant well, but under such a misfortune as this, one cannot see too little of one’s neighbours. Assistance is impossible, condolence, insufferable.