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An Assembly Such as This Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2, A Man of Property Summary

Pamela Aidan
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Chapter 2, A Man of Property Summary

Returning to Netherfield from his morning ride, Darcy finds himself pleased with the lands and confident in his ability to teach Bingley to be a man of property as Darcy was taught by his father. Bingley joins Darcy, teasing him about riding out to avoid Miss Bingley. Darcy asks Bingley to join him in the library to discuss the work needed on the property. Darcy rereads Georgiana's letter and prays that there is truth in her proclaimed mending. Darcy and Bingley spend the morning in the library until the ladies request their company for an afternoon repast. As Miss Bingley disdains country society, Bingley praises Miss Jane Bennet, and Darcy attempts to dissuade Bingley from his attention to Miss Bingley with the concurrence of Bingley's sisters. Miss Bingley mocks the immodesty of the other Bennet sisters, commenting that the...

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