I think right now, Lydia is being confused between love and lust, she believes she is in love with Wickham, when she is just too young to know what love is, and they have only known each other for a short amount of time. I believe what she is feeling is lust, and she is only in love with the idea of him, which is why she elopes with him so quickly.

I think right now, Lydia is being confused between love and lust, she believes she is in love with Wickham, when she is just too young to know what love is, and they have only known each other for a short amount of time. I believe what she is feeling is lust, and she is only in love with the idea of him, which is why she elopes with him so quickly.

I think right now, Lydia is being confused between love and lust, she believes she is in love with Wickham, when she is just too young to know what love is, and they have only known each other for a short amount of time. I believe what she is feeling is lust, and she is only in love with the idea of him, which is why she elopes with him so quickly.

I think right now, Lydia is being confused between love and lust, she believes she is in love with Wickham, when she is just too young to know what love is, and they have only known each other for a short amount of time. I believe what she is feeling is lust, and she is only in love with the idea of him, which is why she elopes with him so quickly.

Lydia's quick decision to marry Mr. Wickham was very naive, it was made so quickly because, in the back of her head she probably knew of her parents desire to marry off each of their children, seeing that someone wanted to marry her, she took the offer without any consideration to her future or income.

Lydia's quick decision to marry Mr. Wickham was very naive, it was made so quickly because, in the back of her head she probably knew of her parents desire to marry off each of their children, seeing that someone wanted to marry her, she took the offer without any consideration to her future or income.

Lydia, near the end of the novel begins to think she is above her sisters only because of her marriage with Wickham, she is the youngest and is also married first, she says "Jane will be quite an old maid soon, I declare . . . How ashamed I should be of not being married" (Austen 216)

Lydia, near the end of the novel begins to think she is above her sisters only because of her marriage with Wickham, she is the youngest and is also married first, she says "Jane will be quite an old maid soon, I declare . . . How ashamed I should be of not being married" (Austen 216)

Lydia is a very judgemental character, even when it comes to the purchasing of a bonnet she admits it to be ugly. She also judges Jane for being the eldest sister and still being without a husband.

Lydia is a very judgemental character, even when it comes to the purchasing of a bonnet she admits it to be ugly. She also judges Jane for being the eldest sister and still being without a husband.

Lydia was definitely boy crazy, she flirted often and made trips to town for the sole purpose of flirting with the visiting soldiers, "Lydia, with perfect indifference, continued to express her admiration if Captain Carter." (Austen 30)

Lydia was definitely boy crazy, she flirted often and made trips to town for the sole purpose of flirting with the visiting soldiers, "Lydia, with perfect indifference, continued to express her admiration if Captain Carter." (Austen 30)

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This sums up how Lydia feels about Wickham, they had met for a few weeks and then she eloped with him, the sudden decision to marry Wickham was made because she felt so in love that nothing else was a better option than marriage

This sums up how Lydia feels about Wickham, they had met for a few weeks and then she eloped with him, the sudden decision to marry Wickham was made because she felt so in love that nothing else was a better option than marriage

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