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Unformatted text preview: P&P are more allegorical than realistic Selected scenes and incidents: Public Ball at Meryton Volume 1, chapter 3 (pp. 6-10) Jane dining at Netherfield Volume I, chapter 7 (pp. 19-24) The mystery of Darcy: Elizabeth to Darcy Vol. 1, chapter 18, p. 64 Mr. Collins arrives Vol. 1, chapter 13 (pp. 41 ff.) We meet Wickham Vol. 1, chapter 15 (pp. 48-51) The ball at Netherfield Vol. 1, chapter 18 (pp. 61 ff.) Collins proposes to Elizabeth Vol. 1, chapter 19 (pp. 71 ff.) Jane searches for Bingley in London Elizabeth visits Rosings Darcy proposes: Vol. 2, ch. 11 (p. 125 ff.) Darcys letter: Vol 2, ch. 12 (pp. 128 ff.) While the good Jane is like a fairy godmother for romance, the bad Jane is a smug, anti-social satirist who hates her mother. See vol. II, ch. 19 (ch. 42 in through-numbering), pp. 154 ff....
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