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Pride and Prejudice Chapter 37 Summary

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  • With the dudes gone, Lady Catherine is bored. She sends an invitation for Elizabeth and the Collinses to come visit.
  • But Elizabeth is too wound up in Darcy to pay much attention. She can't figure out how she feels: sometimes sorry for him, sometimes still mad.
  • But she's definitely sorry for the way she's acted.
  • She's also basically given up on ever making her family behave, and she's just sorry that it means Jane has lost the guy she loved because they're so embarrassing.
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