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Pride and Prejudice - Volume 3: Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3: Chapter 13 Summary

A few days later, Mr. Bingley returns to wait on them, with the obvious intention of seeing Jane. It is then that Mrs. Bennet begins her campaign to get them alone together. She is thwarted that day, but Bingley returns the following day to go shooting with Mr. Bennet. He stays for supper, and Mrs. Bennet is successful in getting everyone out of the drawing room so that Jane and Mr. Bingley are alone together. This is apparently all he was waiting for, as the next moment, Elizabeth walks into the room accidentally and Jane gives her the good news that they are engaged.

Volume 3: Chapter 13 Analysis

Elizabeth is of course thrilled at her sister's announcement. She understands that they will make an excellent pair in every way, and even their father obviously likes Mr. Bingley very much, and tells Jane of his regard. The...

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