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Pride and Prejudice Chapter Summary & Analysis - Volume 1: Chapter 3 Summary

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Volume 1: Chapter 3 Summary

Nothing can draw a satisfactory description of Mr. Bingley out of their father, but the description given by their neighbor, Lady Lucas is favorable, including young, handsome, agreeable, and to top it all off, Mr. Bingley intended to attend the next assembly with a large group of friends from London. Mrs. Bennet is ecstatic, even more so when Mr. Bingley returns Mr. Bennet's visit a few days later. Mr. Bingley has come hoping to catch a glimpse of the lovely Bennet sisters, as he has heard much around town about their beauty and various other attributes. Alas, he sees only Mr. Bennet, although the girls catch sight of him from a top window as he departs. Mrs. Bennet sends an invitation following Mr. Bingley's visit, and already has the meal courses planned when a response comes with the upsetting news that Mr. Bingley would be...

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