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An Assembly Such as This Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11, Certain Evils Summary

Pamela Aidan
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Chapter 11, Certain Evils Summary

Bingley and Darcy leave Netherfield at precisely noon and sleep on the ride. When they stop at an inn to change horses and eat, Darcy decides that it is time to start his campaign. Darcy and Bingley discuss the difference between exaggerating and letting one's imagination run away. Back in the coach, Darcy reads instead of continuing the conversation. Bingley states that he is considering making an offer on Netherfield, but Darcy dissuades him from rushing into a purchase. After mentioning that Hinchcliffe, Darcy's secretary is sometimes impertinent, Bingley begs Darcy not to mention it to Hinchcliffe because Bingley is interested in hiring Hinchcliffe's promising nephew. Darcy bids farewell to Bingley when he reaches Erewhile House, and Witcher, Darcy's butler, welcomes him home. Darcy settles comfortably, but he is plagued by Bingley's troubled face about Darcy's remarks concerning Netherfield. Darcy assures himself that...

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