An Assembly Such as This - Study Guide Chapter 6, Feint and Parry Summary & Analysis

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Darcy enjoys the evening spent at Colonel Forster's home while Bingley plots revenge on Miss Bingley for inviting Jane Bennet to Netherfield on a night that she knew him to be engaged elsewhere. Darcy and Bingley return to an uproar at Netherfield because Miss Bennet has taken ill. Bingley rushes to his sisters to learn about Miss Bennet; meanwhile, Darcy retreats to his room where Fletcher, his valet, informs him that Jane arrived at Netherfield on horseback in the midst of a rainstorm. Darcy puzzles over such strange behavior, wondering why she did not take the carriage. He also ponders whether Elizabeth Bennet will come to nurse her sister. Darcy spends the next morning in the library but joins Bingley and his sisters in the breakfast room. Although Bingley wants to send for a doctor from London, Miss Bingley dissuades him...

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