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Pride and Prejudice - Volume 2: Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 7 Summary

Elizabeth passes her first fortnight at Hunsford quietly but pleasantly, with little to do other than long talks with Charlotte, long walks and dinner twice a week at Rosings. Soon however, a visit from none other than Mr. Darcy is announced. He arrives with his cousin, a Colonel Fitzwilliam, and the very same day that they arrive, they come to the Collins' house to visit. Charlotte attributes this visit to Elizabeth, although Elizabeth modestly denies it. Colonel Fitzwilliam is a lively conversationalist, but Mr. Darcy, after the preliminary greeting, sits in silence for some time. He ventures to ask Elizabeth after the health of her family, and Elizabeth replies that her elder sister has been in London, inquiring whether he had seen her. She knows that he has not, but is eager to see his reaction. His face loses composure for an instant before he...

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