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Volume 2, Chapter 7 Notes from Pride and Prejudice

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Pride and Prejudice Volume 2, Chapter 7

Sir Williams leaves Hunsford after a week, but Elizabeth and Maria remain. Elizabeth enjoys her time with Charlotte when Collins is not around, which is quite often, fortunately. Lady De Bourgh stops by frequently and always has suggestions for how Charlotte should be running her household. Two weeks into her visit at Rosings, Darcy and his cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam, come to Rosings for Easter.

The morning after their arrival, both gentlemen come to the parsonage to visit, an honor which Charlotte attributes to Elizabeth's presence. Colonel Fitzwilliam is friendly and Elizabeth likes him. Darcy seems as stilted and stiff as he was at Netherfield. Darcy asks after Elizabeth's family and she mentions that Jane is in London and asks if he has seen her just to see how he will react to her inference that he had something to do with the way that Bingley abandoned Jane. Darcy looks confused and says that he hasn't seen Jane. Elizabeth lets it go and soon Colonel Fitzwilliam and Darcy leave.

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