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Pride and Prejudice Chapter Summary & Analysis - Volume 3: Chapter 1 Summary

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Volume 3: Chapter 1 Summary

As the threesome reaches Pemberley, Elizabeth's trepidations about meeting its master grow, lest her source have been mistaken in her assertion that Mr. Darcy was not at Pemberley. She is soon engrossed in admiring the scenery of the massive estate, however, and in thoughts of wonder that she could have been the mistress of such a grand place. The house is as spectacular as the grounds, although in no way ostentatious, and Elizabeth is delighted in Mr. Darcy's good taste. As they tour the house, the housekeeper verifies that he is not expected until tomorrow, and goes on to give such a favorable account of Mr. Darcy's character, that Elizabeth wonders if she can be speaking about the same man.

As they leave the house to tour the grounds, they see none other than Mr. Darcy himself coming towards them. Both his and Elizabeth's embarrassment...

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