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Pride and Prejudice - Study Guide Volume 2: Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Following Lydia's departure gloom once again settles over Longbourn. Elizabeth tries to be cheerful, but she is still so mortified over her behavior towards Mr. Darcy, that she is not very convincing. The only thing she has to look forward to is her trip with her aunt and uncle to the north. When this is postponed and shortened to a three-week stay in Derbyshire, she is sorely disappointed. With the mention of Derbyshire comes a surge of confusing feelings, however, for it is in Derbyshire that Mr. Darcy lives. To add to which, Mrs. Gardiner announces soon after their departure that she is most eager to tour the grounds at Pemberley, Mr. Darcy's estate. As hard as Elizabeth tries to dissuade her aunt of the idea, she cannot, and is resigned that she would have to see Pemberley, and run the risk of seeing Mr...

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