Chapter 1, At Such an Assembly as This
• "An Assembly Such as This" is a retelling of Jane Austen's classic novel, "Pride and Prejudice" from the point of view of the character, Fitzwilliam Darcy.
• Darcy, Bingley, Bingley's sisters and brother-in-law attend a party welcoming them to the area.
• At the party, Darcy positions himself against a wall lamenting the waste of an evening.
• Darcy notices Bingley dance with the most handsome girl at the party - he can see the girl's mother is already think about marriage.
• Bingley encourages Darcy to dance - he points out the handsome girl's sister who he finds intriguing but does not ask to dance.
• Darcy reads a letter from his sister Georgiana - she says her mood has improved - her sadness had followed an 'incident' with George Wickham.
• Darcy tries to discourage Caroline Bingley's personal attention to him.
Chapter 2, A Man of Property
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