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3. What is the "desirable event" Miss Bingley is sarcastically referring to when she speaks Mr. Darcy? to
4. What can be inferred about Miss Bingley's attitude toward Mr. Darcy from her sarcastic allusions to a potential marital union between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth?
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Chapter 11 1. What does Miss Bingley's attempt at reading indicate about her character? How sincere she in her attempt? is Pride and Prejudice STUDENT'S COPY
2. Why does Miss Bingley ask Elizabeth to walk around the room with her?
3. Why does Mr. Darcy not consider pride to be a negative characteristic?
4. What negative characteristic does Mr. Darcy possess, according to his own assessment? Why is this admission significant?
5. How does Elizabeth interpret Mr. Darcy's self-admitted character flaw? How does assessment relate to the theme of pride and prejudice in the novel overall? her
Chapter 12 ] . Why does Mr. Darcy resolve not to talk to Elizabeth if at all possible on the day before her departure from N etherfield?
2. Why is Mr. Bennet glad to have]ane and Elizabeth home again?
Chapter 13 1. Who exactly is Mr. Collins? What does his presence in the story represent?
\2. Why is Mrs. Bennet at first hesitant to receive Mr. Collins into her home?
3. How does Mrs. Bennet's statement that "there is no knowing how estates will go once they come to be entailed" serve as a testament to her naive character? when

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