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Pride and Prejudice - Study Guide Volume 2: Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 15 Summary

They depart from Hunsford amid all the pomp and civility that Mr. Collins can muster. Elizabeth is sad to leave her friend in such bad company, but understands that Mrs. Collins went into the marriage with her eyes open, and sympathy is not necessary. Elizabeth spends a pleasant four days in London with her aunt, uncle and Jane, and then they are on their way back to Longbourn.

Volume 2: Chapter 15 Analysis

Elizabeth is having difficulty deciding how much of the past few weeks to share with Jane, and how much must be kept a secret, in the interest of sensitivity to Mr. Darcy's confidence. For the first time, she cannot tell her sister everything, for fear that the truth may hurt Jane.

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