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Pride and Prejudice - Volume 1: Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 9 Summary

By morning Jane is slightly better; however, Elizabeth chooses to send word to her mother to come herself to pass judgment as to whether or not Jane is fit to travel. Mrs. Bennet arrives with Catherine and Lydia soon after breakfast. After spending a short while with Jane, Mrs. Bennet pronounces her far too ill to be removed, and she and her three daughters go down to have tea with Mr. and Miss. Bingley. Elizabeth is embarrassed every time her mother opens her mouth, and is happy to see them leave. Miss. Bingley is also happy to see them leave, having been left with an abundance of new material to criticize, and she commences to do so the moment Mrs. Bennet has left and Elizabeth has returned upstairs to her sister.

Volume 1: Chapter 9 Analysis

It is obvious that Miss. Bingley does not think Jane a...

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