Flashcards in p and p notes from 21-30 Deck (42)
he scarcely ever spoke to her, and the addiuos attentions which he had been so sensible of himself
he was always to have gone on saturday, and to saturday he still meant to
what does mr. wickham say to elizabeth as they walk towards meryton
that he does not want to see darcy
what does the letter that jane got from caroline bingley say
they are leaving netherfield and not returning
what is a reason for the netherfield residence to leave
they are also going to London to renew their acquaintance with Georgiana Darcy
miss bingley says she has a ____ attraction for georgiana
what do jane and elizabeth tell mrs. bennet about the bingley family
hey tell their mom only that the Bingley family has left. They leave out the part where they're not planning to return.
what did mr. collins do in chapter 22
propose to charllote
_____ began directly to calculate with moer interest than the matter had ever excited before, how many years longer Mr. bennet was likely to live
do you think it incredible that mr. collins should be able to procure any woman's good opinion, becuase he was not so happy as to succeed with you . speaker?
I am not romanitc you know. I never was. I ask only a comfortable home.
how old is charlotte
when mr. collins tells the bennet family that he plans for a speedy return, what does the bennet family interpret this as
that he has his eyes on a younger bennet girl, probs mary
what does elizabeth find hard to believe about charlotte being engaged
Elizabeth finds it hard to believe that Charlotte would throw away every possibility of emotional satisfaction just to be married.
what did mrs. bennet dwell on
elizabeth was the real cause of the mischief
that she had been used by them all
she hated having visitros in the house while her health was so indifferent, and lovers were of all people the most disagreeable
even ____ began to fear--not that Bingley was indifferent--but that his sisters would be successful in keeping him away
whenever ______ came to see them she conccluded her to be anticipating the hour of possession.
let us flatter ourselves that i may be the survivo
"he will be forgot, and we shall all be as we were before"
jane about bingley
I have nothing eaither to hope r fear, and nothing to reproach him with. tahnk God! i have not that pain.
"The more I see of the world, the more am I dissatisfied with it"
who sayss "Let me take it in the best light, in the light in which it may be understood
her mild and steady candour always pleaded for allowances , and urged the possiblity of mistakes
who is mrs. bennets brother
where do charlotte and mr. collins live
how were charlotte's first letters received
when she did come, it was very evident that she had no pleasure in it.
speaker and she
his character sunk on every review of it