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Pride and Prejudice Chapter 27 Summary

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  • In March, Elizabeth leaves to visit Charlotte in Hunsford, with some of Charlotte's family.
  • She visits Jane in London on the way, and Mrs. Gardiner lets Elizabeth know that Jane is still pretty bummed.
  • Mrs. Gardiner also takes back her approval of Wickham, arguing that it looks pretty bad that he suddenly started macking on a girl who recently inherited money.
  • Lizzy is actually a little hurt, but she cheers up quickly when her aunt suggests taking her on vacation that summer.
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