Posted by: austenproject | April 18, 2011

A Ball at Pemberley: Day 11!

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Day 10 of the story is now up, and we’ve reached a new milestone: 40 CHAPTERS! Can you believe it? Who knew we’d come this far!?

There were some particularly touching moments in this week’s portion. We hope you enjoy seeing it all pieced together!

A Ball at Pemberley!

Chapter XXXVII

Copious expressions of unsettlement were abundant from the onlookers to the quarrel. Grant carried on with his laughter. Firth could not hide his frustration.

“Your actions have been entirely shameful. I have never been acquainted with anyone quite as loathsome as yourself,” Firth continued irately. Grant did not appear surprised in the slightest, and to the revulsion of the observers, he proceeded with his display of personal amusement.

Firth persisted: “I demand a confession, Grant. In writing.”

(read more here…)

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