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Pride and Prejudice - Volume 1: Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 11 Summary

The following evening Jane has recovered enough to join the group in the drawing room after dinner. Mr. Bingley is overjoyed to see her, and spends the entire evening with her. Miss. Bingley soon tires of trying to attract Mr. Darcy's attention, and begins to walk around the room. She invites Elizabeth to join her, at which point Mr. Darcy puts down his book to watch them. Miss. Bingley tries to engage in conversation with him, but it is once again Elizabeth that succeeds in engaging him in a lively debate.

Volume 1: Chapter 11 Analysis

In the Netherfield drawing room on these long evenings while Jane is recovering, we begin to see the irony of the relationship between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth. An ignorant comment of Mr. Darcy's has succeeded in making Elizabeth certain of Mr. Darcy's flaw of excessive pride, but it is her own...

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