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Pride and Prejudice Chapter Summary & Analysis - Volume 1: Chapter 10 Summary

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Volume 1: Chapter 10 Summary

The next evening the drawing room is quieter than the previous one had been. Everyone is at his or her own task, Elizabeth at needlepoint, Mr. Bingley and Mr. Hurst at a game, Mr. Darcy writing a letter, and Miss. Bingley watching him write, trying hard to draw his attention away from his letter with incessant and trivial chatter. While working at her needlepoint, Elizabeth amuses herself by listening to Miss. Bingley trying to flatter Mr. Darcy, and Mr. Darcy trying equally hard to ignore her. As the evening progresses, there arises a lively discussion between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth, which is silenced only by Mr. Bingley's plea that he dislikes arguments immensely.

Volume 1: Chapter 10 Analysis

During the course of the evening, Elizabeth begins to notice Mr. Darcy's eyes almost constantly on her. She cannot understand why, but dislikes him enough not to give it...

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