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Pride and Prejudice Chapter 32 Summary

READ THE BOOK: Chapter 32
  • Mr. Darcy comes to the Collins' house and finds Elizabeth alone. They have an awkward conversation.
  • When Charlotte returns, he stays for a few minutes, then makes his excuses and leaves.
  • Charlotte declares that he must be in love with Elizabeth to come calling in such a familiar way.
  • Elizabeth has a good chuckle about how absurd that is, but Charlotte's not so sure.


READ THE BOOK: Chapter 32

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