When they return, they learn that no news has come from Mr. Bingley suddenly departs for London on business, and Caroline informs Jane by letter that not only will they not be returning, but moreover her brother is planning to wed Georgiana, Darcy's sister. Through the next few social gatherings, Jane and Bingley grow closer, while Darcy, despite himself, finds himself becoming attracted to Elizabeth's beauty and intelligence. On his return, Darcy asks Elizabeth again to marry him. She decides she must convince her daughter to marry him and calls on her husband to help. She is delighted at the thought of one of her daughters marrying the man who will inherit the estate anyway. What happens in Pride and Prejudice happens to nearly all of us, embarrassment at the foolishness of relatives, the unsteady feelings of falling in love, and the mortify of suddenly realizing a big mistake.
Elizabeth continues to refuse and Charlotte soon arrives and learns of what has happened, taking the opportunity to get to know Collins. He realizes that to win her heart he has to be a nice guy. The rest of the Bennett family manages to embarrass themselves in one way or another. In the Bennet household, Mrs. Unexpectedly, Bingley soon returns to Netherfield and, with him, Mr. She hopes that she sees Bingley, even accidentally.
He is living with Darcy now and in the same house with his sister Georgina. Hurst however do not fully appreciate Elizabeth and take the opportunity to jab at her pride and lack of manners whenever she is not around. While in town purchasing ribbon, Elizabeth and her sisters make the acquaintance of a soldier named Mr Wickham. Collins asks Lizzie to dance with her, to her great disgust. As they dance and banter, Elizabeth makes known to Darcy that she disapproves of his treatment of Wickham. Meanwhile, Miss Bingley engages him in discussion of the ball, to which he replies that he was serious about having one. She doesn't want her brother to marry a Bennet.
Maria and Elizabeth leave in short order and are soon at Mr. This incident is the first time that Mary's central argument from Chapter 5 becomes clear: pride is how we view ourselves, and vanity is how others view us. In the future he visits often with Fitzwilliam in tow. He walks with her and the Gardiners. But, when she finally manages a meeting for the two, Mr. As a result, Lydia is in danger of ruining both her own reputation and that of her family. Bennett has a big dinner for everyone.
While Darcy goes to London on business, Lady Catherine visits Elizabeth, warning her not to marry Darcy. Gardiner tracks them down, Wickham demands his debts be paid off in return for marrying Lydia. She is wise, witty, and outspoken. She gives him the cold shoulder and is kinda snotty to him. Darcy and Elizabeth under the same roof for a few days.
Collins, Lizzie and Colonel Fitzwilliam have a whispered conversation. Due to the entail the estate must go to the next male in the family at the death of Mr. But more importantly, he brings his closest friend, Mr. Bennet stating that he was happy to help his Niece and will not discuss the matter again. Bennet reveals that he has already paid his respects to Mr. Jane's good nature is partly responsible for her trouble with Bingley.
Should Elizabeth be showing such favoritism to Mr. She apologizes for how she treated him before and he reiterates that her reproaches were helpful in his changing. During the visit, Miss Bingley merely watches and stays quiet along with Miss Darcy, everyone observing how Darcy himself acts around Elizabeth. They are not from the upper class, and their house in Hertfordshire will be inherited by a distant cousin if Mr. No class and little beauty.
Bennet — Largely quiet and witty with his replies, Mr. She tells her that she will never speak to her again. She, however does not accept, stating that he should be ashamed of that speech as well as his treatment of Jane and Wickham. Lydia and Wickham are always broke and moving around. Elizabeth vows to kill Mr.