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Pride and Prejudice - Study Guide Volume 3: Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3: Chapter 15 Summary

Elizabeth can think of nothing other than where Lady Catherine could have gotten the information that she and Mr. Darcy were engaged. She feels certain that it must have something to do with mistaken information regarding Jane and Mr. Bingley's recent engagement, but is not sure.

The next morning, Elizabeth's father summons her into his office. He has just received a letter from Mr. Collins relaying his congratulations about Elizabeth's impending engagement to Mr. Darcy!

Volume 3: Chapter 15 Analysis

Not realizing that Elizabeth is somewhat cognizant of the identity of the mysterious person referred to in the letter, his father merely laughs it off as a joke, remarking at the hilarity of Mr. Collins choosing someone who Lizzy obviously dislikes so greatly, and who is obviously so ambivalent towards her. Elizabeth knows not what to say in response to this, and goes along with her father's...

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