An Assembly Such as This - Chapter 13, The Wounds of a Friend Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, The Wounds of a Friend Summary

Witcher is surprised by Darcy's early arrival as Darcy, Dy and Bingley toast friendship in the library where Bingley asks about the scandal at the soiree. Dy tells Bingley about Darcy's outfit impressing Brummel and the scandal at the party. Dy asks Bingley about making an offer on Netherfield and tells him a story about the death of his horse due to him not knowing the ground where he was riding. Darcy walks Dy out when Dy decides to leave and thanks his friend for the story since he is sure it has given Bingley pause about the matter. Dy says that his story was meant to caution Darcy to be doubly sure of the nature of his interest in the matter as he departs. Bingley takes heed of Dy's counsel wistfully and leaves. Darcy, planning to...

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