Longbourn - Volume 2 Chapters 8 - 14 Summary & Analysis

Jo Baker
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Mr. Collins has proposed to Elizabeth but she has refused him in Chapter 8. Mrs. Hill worries that Mr. Collins will now marry someone else as Elizabeth is summoned to speak with her father in private. Mrs. Bennet is hosting a tea with some of Elizabeth's friends, looking for their assistance in coaxing Elizabeth to marry Mr. Collins. The next day, Mrs. Hill goes to Mary to ask her to sit with Mr. Collins since he is lonely, and Mary only agrees to do it out of good manners. Before Mary comes to the family room, Mr. Collins informs Sarah that she was right in talking about how duty can make a person unhappy then asks for a peice of cake, but finds himself unable to eat it.

The other girls have gone to the Meryton post office, but have returned with 2 Militia...

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