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Pride and Prejudice - Volume 3: Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3: Chapter 11 Summary

A few days after Lydia and Wickham leave for the north, word comes to Longbourn that Mr. Bingley would be returning to Netherfield for several weeks for the hunting season. As the day of his arrival approaches, Mrs. Bennet prepares to send him an invitation to dinner. It is not necessary, however, because soon after his arrival he and Mr. Darcy come to wait on the Bennets at Longbourn.

Elizabeth does not know what to make of Mr. Darcy's presence, and less still of his subdued manner. She believes that her family disgusts him, but then does not know why he should have called on her at all.

Volume 3: Chapter 11 Analysis

It is obvious that after seeing Jane, Mr. Bingley once again begins to admire her as he had before he left. Elizabeth is gratified to see this, but her mother's manners towards him are...

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