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Pride and Prejudice - Study Guide Volume 1: Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 12 Summary

By the following day Jane has recovered sufficiently to return home, but such concerns for her safety are voiced by Mr. Bingley and by Mrs. Bennet, who had hoped they'd stay at least another three days, that they are convinced to stay another day. Thus, the following day they take their leave of Netherfield, and while both sisters are happy to be heading home, nobody is happier than Miss. Bingley, who is by now aware and jealous of Mr. Darcy's obvious regard for Elizabeth.

Volume 1: Chapter 12 Analysis

Mr. Darcy is also happy that they are going. He also has noticed himself paying Elizabeth too much attention, and has been unable to stop himself from doing so. Thus, the only remedy is that she leave Netherfield.

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