An Assembly Such as This - Chapter 4, Intermezzo Summary & Analysis

Pamela Aidan
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Chapter 4, Intermezzo Summary

During the shooting party, Bingley is established as one of the prominent sporting men in the district due to following Darcy's advice. Darcy, on the other hand, stays in the background and focuses on training his young hound, Trafalgar. Darcy is at peace training and playing fetch with his dog while the party continues ahead of him. Darcy finally joins the others who teasingly praise Trafalgar. When the hunt ends, Bingley exchanges civilities with the other men and departs with Darcy. Bingley tells Darcy that the Bennets have accepted an invitation to dine at Squire Justin's house tomorrow evening, and Bingley is certain that the Bennets will be at Sir William Lucas' party. Darcy realizes that he is to be constantly thrown into company with Miss Elizabeth Bennet and contemplates the forces he will need for tomorrow night.

The Netherfield party arrives late for their...

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