Chapter 7…
Soon after, Kitty and Lydia Bennet
are thrilled to learn that the military
regiment is being stationed in
Meryton. They ma...
The next morning Jane sends
Elizabeth a letter she caught a bad
cold in the storm. Elizabeth walks 3
miles to Nether field...
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English: Pride and Prejudice

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Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Chapter 7…
  • 2. Soon after, Kitty and Lydia Bennet are thrilled to learn that the military regiment is being stationed in Meryton. They make frequent visits to Mrs Phillips to learn all they can about the officers. Mr Bennet dismisses the girls as incredibly silly Compared to gentlemen like Bingley and Darcy, military officers offered a slightly less but still respectable option for marrying. The Themes are marriage, family and class. A letter arrives to Jane from Caroline Bingley inviting her to visit. Mrs Bennet schemes to send her on horse back in the rain so she will have to spend the night there. Mrs Bennet is so desperate to get Jane married to a wealthy man that’s she's willing to risk her daughters help. The themes are family and marriage.
  • 3. The next morning Jane sends Elizabeth a letter she caught a bad cold in the storm. Elizabeth walks 3 miles to Nether field to care for Jane, arriving dirty and tiered. Caroline later mocks her appearance, but Darcy is moved by the exercise and glow in Elizabeth's face. Jane's condition soon worsens and Elizabeth is invited to stay in netherfeild too. While Elizabeth displays great loyalty to her sister, her appearance strikes Bingley ‘s sister as undignified. Darcy might have thought the same thing before, but now this view of Elizabeth is influenced by this growing feelings for her. The Themes are pride, prejudice, family and class.