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    Knightley and Emma : the proposal

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    - Emma: Mr Knightley, Mr Knightley, I stopped you just now and gave you pain. If you have any wish to speak to me openly about anything you might have in contemplation, as your friend I cannot you. Indeed, as your old friend, I want to hear it is you wish to tell me.

    - Knightley: Emma, you want our to remain the same as it has always been, but I cannot desire that.

    - Emma: But why? I know I make mistakes but had you been here the last few days you would have seen how I've to change. Please, tell me I am your friend!

    - Knightley: I do not wish to call you my friend because I hope to call you something more dear. Have you not wondered why I never Frank Churchill? It was because I knew he was intended for you. Indeed, when you insulted Miss Bates at the picnic, I thought that of his influence over you and I could not bear to see it so I went away. But I went to the wrong place: My brother's house is usually a place of to me but seeing your sister there kept you fresh in my mind. And the torture, I assure you, was . I only felt hope again when I heard of Mr Churchill's and I rushed back... anxious for your feelings... came to be near you.

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