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she blushed, and ____ blushed; but the cheeks of the two who ccaused their confusions, suffered no variation of colour

she-elizabeth
___=Jane
two=lydia and wickham

2

"ah Jane, I take your place now, and you msut go lower, because I am a married woman

Lydia

3

"I do not particulary like your way of getting husbands"

elizabeth to lydia

4

no one but ________ regretted that their stay would be so short

mrs. bennet about lydia and wickham's stay

5

where was lydia married

st. clement's becuase of wickham's lodgings were in that parish

6

what was to be such a secret that lydia told elizabeth

darcy was at lydia's wedding

7

"I did not expect it from you"

Mrs. gardiner to elizabeth

8

who was darcy's ex governess

Mrs. Younge

9

she would not betray her trust, I suppose, without bribery and corruption

I-Mrs. Gardiner,
she- mrs. younge

10

wickham still cherished the hope of more effectually making his fortune by marriage in _______

some other country

11

I fancy, lizzy, that obstinacy is the real defect of his character after all

darcy

12

what does obstinate mean

stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or chosen course of action, despite attempts to persuade one to do so.

13

how much is darcy's debt

2,000 pounds

14

what is the house that wickham should have had from darcy

Kympton

15

he is nothing to us

mrs. bennet about mr. bingley

16

but however, that shan't prevent my asking him to dine here

Mrs. bennet to Jane about bingley

17

I began to be afraid you would never come back agaain

mrs. bennet to mr. bingley

18

why did mr. bingley come down to netherfield

he killed all of his birds

19

"it will then be publicly seen, that on both sides, we meet only as common and indifferent acquaintance

elizabeth about darcy

20

If he does not come to me then, I shall give him up for ever

elizabeth about darcy

21

but why should you wish to persuade me tha t I feel more than I acknowledge

jane to elizabeth

22

two social customs

oldest child has a certain spot at table unelss one of the younger ones are married.
Proposing husband goes to his fiancee's dad to confirm or ask for marriage

23

"jane i congratuale you, you will be a very happy woman

mr. bennet

24

not a word however, passed his lips in allusion to it, till their visitor took his leave for the night

mr. bennet

25

"for do not expect to be noticed by his family or friends

lady catherine to eliz

26

"they are destined for each other by the voice of every member of their respectie houses; and what is to divide them

lady catherine to eliza

27

if you were sensible of your own good, you would not wish to quit the sphere , in which you have been brought up"

lady catherine to eliza

28

he is a gentleman, I am a gentleman's daughter; so far we are equal

eliza to lady catherine about darcy

29

YOu have widely mistaken my character, if you think I can be worked on by such persuasions as these. HOw far your nephew might approve of your intereference in his affairs, I cannot tell' but you have certainly no right to concern yourself in mine

eliza to lady catherine

30

I am no stranger to the particulars of your youngest sister's infamous elopement

lady catherine to eliz

31

mr. darcy who probaby never looked at you in his life

mr. bennet to eliza

32

a young olive branch means that

charlotte is pregnant

33

I was given good principles, but left to follow them in pride and conceit

darcy to eliza

34

oh lizzy it can not be, I know how much you dislike him

jane to eliza about darcy

35

I was in the middle before I knew that i had begun

darcy to lizzy about his love for her

36

where did kitty spend her time

with lizzy or ane

37

where did mary spend her time

at home

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