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Pride and Prejudice - Volume 2: Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 18 Summary

The following week is a gloomy one at Longbourn, for not only does the regiment leave at the end of it, but also Mr. Bennet is not allowing them to go to Brighton for a holiday. Suddenly, Lydia's prayers are answered when Mrs. Forster, the wife of a colonel in the regiment, and a good friend of Lydia's, invites Lydia to go to Brighton with them. Lydia is ecstatic, and Catherine miserable at not being invited as well. Elizabeth is horrified, and appeals to her father not to allow Lydia to go. Her father does not hear her complaints; his mind is made up to let her go.

Volume 2: Chapter 18 Analysis

On the last night that the regiment is stationed in Meryton, Elizabeth sees Mr. Wickham, and brings up Colonel Fitzwilliam and Mr. Darcy's presence at Rosings during her stay there. His alarm at her...

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