An Assembly Such as This - Chapter 8, His Own Worst Enemy Summary & Analysis

Pamela Aidan
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Chapter 8, His Own Worst Enemy Summary

As Darcy prepares for church, Fletcher seems overly concerned about his garb. On his way downstairs, Darcy encounters Elizabeth whom he escorts downstairs. Oddly, Elizabeth's clothes complement Darcy's apparel perfectly; Bingley and Miss Bingley notice, and Miss Bingley is very displeased by this fact. Darcy suspects that the complementary clothing is Fletcher's contrivance. On the ride to church, Darcy tries to meditate on his prayer book but is distracted with thoughts of Elizabeth. As he escorts Miss Bingley into the church, Elizabeth exits the church in order to retrieve Jane's shawl. She sits next to Darcy when she returns with Miss Bingley on his other side. During the sermon, Darcy is irritated by two giggling girls in front of him and Elizabeth's efforts not to join them; however, he shares his prayer book with Elizabeth while trying not to...

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