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Pride and Prejudice - Study Guide Volume 3: Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Elizabeth does not have to wait long for a response from her aunt. She begins by chiding Elizabeth for being so ignorant of Mr. Darcy's affections for her, when it is so evident to everyone else. She then recounts that the very same day Mr. Gardiner came to London, they received a visit from Mr. Darcy. He had come to tell them that he'd discovered the whereabouts of Lydia and Wickham, and that, feeling himself partly to blame for not exposing Wickham's scandalous nature to the general public, he wished to help remedy the situation. Mrs. Gardiner also hints that perhaps this was not his only motive for wanting to help the Bennet family. At any rate, Mr. Darcy insisted on arranging everything, and after some negotiating with Wickham, repaid his debts, procured his discharge from his regiment, and attended the wedding. Mrs. Gardiner ends...

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