An Assembly Such as This
Pamela Aidan provides an in-depth examination of the background, training, upbringing and psychological motivations of Fitzwilliam Darcy, while covering the same ground as the initial parts of Pride and Prejudice. While much of the story line overlaps the two books, we get much more insight, here, into Fitzwilliam Darcy's personality and motivations. The action covers the fall and winter of 1811.
Fitzwilliam George Alexander Darcy, known to his frie... Duty and Desire
Duty and Desire continues to examine the life, activities, emotions and motivations of Fitzwilliam Darcy after he leaves Netherfield in Hertfordshire, and divides him time between his London house, Erefield House and his great estate, Pemberley. In Duty and Desire, we continue to live Fitzwilliam Darcy's life with him from the late fall of 1811 to the early months of 1812. In the early fall of 1811 Darcy visited his friend Charles Bingley at Netherfield...