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Pride and Prejudice - Volume 3: Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3: Chapter 5 Summary

When they arrive at Longbourn, the house is still in a state of upheaval. Mr. Bennet has gone to London to see what can be done, and Mrs. Bennet is bedridden. Jane is pale and tired from looking after the house during the crisis. The more Elizabeth hears about the event, the less certain she is that Mr. Wickham has any intention of marrying Lydia, although from a letter Lydia dashed off to Mrs. Forester before leaving, she left with him with the expectation of being married. Even Jane is beginning to doubt that a marriage will take place.

Volume 3: Chapter 5 Analysis

Even in her state of nervous anxiety, Mrs. Bennet's first words to her brother, Mr. Gardiner, express concern over Lydia's wedding clothes, and she tells Mr. Gardiner that if he finds Lydia, that he should relate to her the message that she should...

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