Lizzy Bennett: Pride and Prejudice, Revisited North Platte, Nebraska, 1943-1946--Part Twelve
Updated: Nov 13, 2019
Post by Onna Carr
Lizzy’s sister, Janey, arranged the whole matter for me,” Bing humorously replied. “Elizabeth Bennett, is that her name?” Dar questioned. “She’s tolerable, but a living doll she’s not,” Dar finished.
“Excuse us, gentleman,” a sure voice said as Dar and Bing let two people pass and found them to be Elizabeth and the polio victim.
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