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Pride and Prejudice - Study Guide Volume 3: Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3: Chapter 3 Summary

Georgiana and the woman she lives with in London receive them cordially, but Mrs. Hurst and Miss. Bingley treat them quite coolly. Elizabeth is now certain that Miss. Bingley's evident dislike of her stems from jealousy, and is conscious not to let herself be affected by Miss. Bingley's poor manners. Soon after their arrival Mr. Darcy, who has been fishing with Mr. Gardiner, enters. He is once again polite with her, and the morning is spent pleasantly, with the exception of Miss. Bingley's snide comments. Mr. Darcy sees that Elizabeth bears these comments so well, that they have the opposite of their desired effect, to lower Elizabeth in his esteem.

As soon as they leave, Miss. Bingley begins to badmouth her, but neither Mr. Darcy nor Georgiana will indulge in even acknowledging her sentiments.

Volume 3: Chapter 3 Analysis

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