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Chapter 18-22


Darcy's sister warns her not to trust Wickham while Wickham says the same about Darcy. This causes a lot of confusion for Elizabeth and creates more tension in the story line.

(Austen, 1813, p. 72)

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There is drama between Elizabeth, Darcy, and Wickham because it is obvious Darcy likes Elizabeth but she likes Wickham; therefore, she becomes stuck between two feuding men.

(Austen, 1813, p. 67-78)

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The proposal

Mr. Collins proposes to Elizabeth and she refuses him but he doesn't take her seriously and continues to say she doesn't meant it; therefore he says he will propose again in the future.

(Austen, 1813, p. 81)

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Women Problems

When Elizabeth refuses Mr. Collins he kept saying things like she wasn't serious about rejected him and he know she was just trying to be a good woman. This shows the type of man Mr. Collins is because he doesn't believe a woman when she tells him no.

(Austen, 1813, p. 81-82)

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Relationship Troubles

Mr and Mr. Bennet starting arguing because they disagree over who Elizabeth should marry. Mrs. Bennet is angry because Elizabeth won't marry Mr. Collins but Mr. Bennet does not want her to marry him.

(Austen, 1813, p.84)

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As soon as Mr. Collins saw Charlotte he changed his mind about marrying Elizabeth and he started talking to Charlotte.

(Austen, 1813, p. 86)

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Leaving Home

Mr. Bingley informed Jane that he will be leaving Netherfield and this may effect Jane's hope of one day marrying him.

(Austen, 1813, p. 88)

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Bad People

Jane thought that Mr. Bingley's sisters were nice and now she's starting to realize they aren't good people because they are purposely getting Mr. Bingley away from her so he can't propose to her and marry someone of lower social class. Jane is starting to realize not everyone is a good person.

(Austen, 1813, p. 89)

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Back stabber

Once Mr. Collins realizes Elizabeth really doesn't want to marry him he instead proposes to Charlotte whom he had began to speak with right after proposing to Elizabeth. She accepts because she believes it is the best choice for her.

(Austen, 1813, p. 92)

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All About Money

Charlotte doesn't accept Collins' proposal because she loves him she just wants someone to support her. This demonstrates the type of society they had back then and the expectations women had of finding a husband with money.

(Austen, 1813, p. 91-92)

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