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Pride and Prejudice - Volume 3: Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3: Chapter 9 Summary

Lydia's wedding day arrives, and by evening, the married couple is at Longbourn. Neither Lydia nor Wickham have been humbled by their experience in the slightest, and Lydia seems to be even worse, bragging about her new husband to her sisters, and telling them all how they should all go to Brighton if they wanted to get husbands.

One day during their two week stay at Longbourn, Lydia corners Elizabeth and tortures her with details of her wedding day. In the course of the conversation, Lydia accidentally lets slip that Mr. Darcy was present at the wedding, at once chiding herself for not keeping his presence a secret, as Darcy had instructed her to. Suddenly, Elizabeth is burning with curiosity, and hastily writes her aunt to see what possible motivation Mr. Darcy could have had for being at Lydia's wedding.

Volume 3: Chapter 9 Analysis

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