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Pride and Prejudice - Study Guide Volume 3: Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3: Chapter 18 Summary

Letters must be written to announce the happy news. Mr. Darcy writes to his aunt, Lady Catherine, and Elizabeth, rather than sit and admire the evenness of his handwriting, as she had seen Miss. Bingley do so long ago, writes to her own aunt. Mr. Bennet has the satisfaction of writing to Mr. Collins to tell him that his benefactress, Lady Catherine, would soon be receiving most upsetting news.

She is most upset, so upset in fact that the Collins come to Longbourn for a vacation to escape the storm. Thus, Elizabeth has the pleasure of telling Charlotte her good news herself, and Mr. Darcy is patient and understanding with Mr. Collins' overbearing manners.

Volume 3: Chapter 18 Analysis

The two lovers' social statuses have finally been overcome. Each has had equally awkward family relations to deal with, in Lady Catherine and in Elizabeth's mother, who are...

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