An Assembly Such as This - Chapter 12, All That Glitters Summary & Analysis

Pamela Aidan
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Darcy finishes the last of his business before his departure to Pemberley for Christmas. He plans to go to Lady Melbourne's soiree only because L'Catalani is supposed to attend. Although he likes the Honorable William Lamb, Lady Melbourne's son, he disapproves of his eccentric wife, Lady Caroline. Darcy has Hinchcliffe send a confirmation to Mr. Thomas Lawrence for dinner since he plans to have the man paint Georgiana when she returns to London with Darcy after Christmas. Witcher announces Lord Dyford Brougham, Darcy's college friend, who barges in and insists that Darcy accompany him to tea at Boodle's. Although Dy acts brainless, Darcy knows that his friend has a keen mind. Dy updates Darcy on politics and economics and asks about Darcy's time in Hertfordshire. Darcy tells Dy that Bingley got entangled with a young woman from an unsuitable family and...

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