Longbourn - Volume 2 Chapters 1 - 7 Summary & Analysis

Jo Baker
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Mr. Bennet informs the family and the servants that his cousin, Mr. Collins will be arriving later in the day during Chapter 1. Mrs. Hill goes to Mr. Bennet to protest, but she the conversation is cut short and she is sent on her way. Frustrated, Mrs. Hill goes about getting the spare bedroom ready for Mr. Collins' arrival. Sarah and Polly assist Mr. Hill as best as they can. Mr. Collins arrives and he is very friendly towards everyone he meets, including the servants. In the meantime, James learns that a fox had killed the pheasants he had been raising. He gathers them up to be cooked before getting ready to work inside the house. When he arrives inside, he sits with Polly in the scullery as he listens to Sarah getting yelled at for being clumsy. Sarah later comes in to...

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