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Pride and Prejudice - Volume 3: Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3: Chapter 12 Summary

They do not see the gentlemen until Tuesday, when they are invited to dine at Longbourn. Elizabeth spends a good portion of the time apart from Darcy analyzing his behavior towards her. She does not understand why he is once again quiet and cold around her. On Tuesday at dinner Elizabeth's spirits are buoyed by the fact that Mr. Bingley and Jane are quickly picking up where they left off, and Bingley is obviously as enchanted with Jane as he ever was, although Jane swears to Elizabeth that she thinks of him as nothing more than a friend. At dinner Elizabeth and Darcy are seated on opposite ends of the table, and do not have a chance to talk all evening.

Volume 3: Chapter 12 Analysis

Although Jane is too humble to presume anything, it is made clear to the reader that Mr. Bingley will soon propose...

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