Longbourn - Volume 3 Chapters 11 - 20 Summary & Analysis

Jo Baker
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The servants are given the information about Lydia running away in Chapter 11. Colonel Forster comes to the house to inform the Bennets of what is happening so far. Polly conveys this back to the servants as she has heard much of the conversation about what is going on while she is serving breakfast. Sarah gets the notion to go directly to Colonel Forster to inquire about James. Sarah has another letter from Jane to Lydia, but Mrs. Hill offers to take it to the post office while Sarah goes to Colonel Forster. At the post office, the lady gives away that she has already been given a bit of knowledge about the scandal erupting for the Bennets. Mrs. Hill tries to deny any wrongdoing by the girls, but the post office lady does not believe it. Upon Mrs. Hill's return to Longbourn...

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