What Are Two Important Quotes From Pride And Prejudice

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Section 7: Chapters 37-42
Summary: A week after the fight with Darcy, Lady Catherine insisted Elizabeth stay 2 more weeks however, she decided to depart anyway. Collins wishes Elizabeth the best in finding a husband. Elizabeth stops in London and stays shortly with Jane at the Gardiners. They both leave together and once they return home, are greeted by their family. Elizabeth is surprised with the news that Wickham is not interested in Miss King anymore because she moved to Liverpool. The Lucases come over for dinner to celebrate the return of the girls. Elizabeth reveals the news to Jane about Wickham and how he lied about Darcy’s father. The wife of Colonel Forster invited Jane to spend the summer out in Brighton. Elizabeth runs into Wickham …show more content…

One has got all the goodness, and the other all the appearance of it” (Austen 226). Elizabeth is describing Wickham as an evil and wicked man while Darcy is actually a good man. Wickham portrays a good man on the outside but in reality he is maniacal and lies to get the limelight.
Quote #2: Lydia told her family that “we mean to treat you all[...] but you must lend us the money, for we have just spent ours at the shop out there[...]Look here, I have bought this bonnet. I do not think it is very pretty; but I thought I might as well buy it as not.” (Austen 216). Lydia proves the typical female stereotypes of this time period. Woman must be married to a wealthy man in order to indulge themselves in the finer things in life. Women can’t provide for themselves so they look to the men to support …show more content…

He had already made plans so he politely declined. He arrives the following day for dinner and gets some alone time with Jane. He tells Jane that he is going to ask her father’s permission to marry her. He asks Mr. Bennet and he grants his blessing. A week later, Lady Catherine visits the Bennet’s. She comes to speak with Elizabeth. The two head out to a private spot where she then began to reveal the rumours that Darcy wants to marry her. Lady Catherine tries to make Elizabeth promise her she won’t marry Darcy due to her lower wealth but Elizabeth refuses. Lady Catherine then claims she would ruin Darcy’s life by marrying him and then leaves. Shortly after, a letter in the mail arrived for Mr. Bennet suggesting an engagement between Darcy and Elizabeth. Darcy came again to stay with Bingley. They once again visited the Bennet’s and the family went on a walk. Elizabeth and Darcy had a private chat where Darcy uncovered that he only helped Lydia because she was Elizabeth’s sister. Elizabeth then reveals her love for Darcy. The next day Darcy goes to Mr. Bennet for approval. He agrees and Mrs. Bennet is ecstatic. Darcy then writes a letter to Lady Catherine while Mr. Bennet writes a letter to Collins informing them of the engagement. Everyone came to celebrate the wedding. After, Bingley bought an estate near Darcy’s so the sisters could be close to each

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