Pride and Prejudice Volume 2, Chapter 14
After Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam leave, the Collinses and Elizabeth are invited to Rosings where Lady De Bourgh tries to bully Elizabeth into staying longer. When Elizabeth insists that she must leave the next week, Lady De Bourgh tries to tell them how to pack and travel. Elizabeth endures conversations like that for the rest of the week, but when she's alone, she reflects on Darcy's letter and her own embarrassment at her accusations and her family's disgrace. She notices how her own opinion of Darcy is now one of respect and her feelings about her own behavior since she met him are shameful.