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Pride and Prejudice - Study Guide Volume 2: Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 4 Summary

On her way to visit Charlotte and Mr. Collins, Elizabeth stops in London for a night to visit Jane and her aunt and uncle. She spends the day happily visiting with Jane, and in the evening ahs the opportunity to chat with her aunt alone. She is displeased to hear than Jane has struggled against depression since being in London. She also tells her aunt about Mr. Wickham's new love. Mrs. Gardiner is quite disgusted by his mercenary affections.

Mrs. Gardiner also invites Elizabeth to accompany her and Mr. Gardiner on a trip they intend to take the following summer. Elizabeth is overjoyed; she suddenly has something to look forward to, and is delighted at the prospect of seeing the Lakes District in the north.

Volume 2: Chapter 4 Analysis

When Elizabeth tells Mrs. Gardiner of Mr. Wickham's abrupt change of heart, his obviously mercenary interests in...

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