Pride and Prejudice

How does Darcy act when Elizabeth first mentions Wickham to him in Pride and Prejudice?

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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Despite her popularity, critics have argued that Jane Austen's works remain apart from the political, intellectual, and artistic revolutions of her era. Her Pride and Prejudice does not, in fact, make any direct...
He is disgusted and finds it hilarious that Elizabeth thinks fondly of him. He knows Wickham's true nature and does not want anything to do with him.