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Pride and Prejudice - Study Guide Volume 2: Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 14 Summary

The following day the gentlemen leave Rosings. Lady Catherine is feeling so dull, that she invites them all for dinner that very evening, but complains most of the night of the gentlemen's absence. They are invited to dinner at Rosings often in the last few weeks of Elizabeth's stay, but Elizabeth can think of nothing more than her own folly.

Volume 2: Chapter 14 Analysis

Elizabeth is finally able to come to terms with the truth in Mr. Darcy's words about her family. Even her father must share some of the blame, she feels, for not disciplining his younger daughters the way he should. Elizabeth now realizes that it is not her family's financial status that is appalling to Mr. Darcy, but their lack of manners. She also realizes with a moment of pride that he recognizes that having avoided that fate herself against all odds is...

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