Here are the contexts of the quotes tweeted from @sueannbowling between August 8 and August 14, 2013. All but the last are from Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen

cover, Pride and Prejudice“I have certainly meant well through the whole affair.” Mr. Collins, feeling rather put-out (but hardly distraught) by Elizabeth’s refusal.

“[Matrimony] was the only honourable provision for the well-educated young woman of small means.” Charlotte, reflecting after she as accepted Mr. Collins’ proposal.

Pride and Prejudice blogfest“I am not romantic, you know.” Charlotte, defending herself to Elizabeth over accepting Mr. Collins’s proposal after Elizabeth has turned him down.

“I only want to set you perfect, and you set yourself against it.  Elizabeth to Jane, shortly after Bingley has left.

“ How am I even to know it would be wisdom to resist?” Part of Elizabeth’s conversation with her Aunt Gardiner about the lack of wisdom of Elizabeth’s allowing herself to be attracted to Wickham.

“Stupid men are the only ones worth knowing, after all.” Elizabeth to her aunt Gardiner, getting ready to set out to visit Charlotte and Mr. Collins.

“I commend your school spirit.” Homecoming, by Sue Ann Bowling. Zhaim’s coded message to Xazhar, telling his son to continues harassing Roi. He’s gotten Xazhar to believe that Roi’s presence is a deliberate insult to the school.