Mr. and Mrs. Hurst: Bingley’s “stuck-up” sister and his lazy brother-in-law
Caroline Bingley: Bingley’s selfish sister, who has aspirations of becoming Mrs. Darcy
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips: Mrs. Bennet’s sister and brother-in-law. They own a home in Meryton which Lydia and Kitty love to visit because of the nearby officers’ quarters
Chapter 4 describes the previous ball, and we are presented with the different reactions of Jane and Elizabeth. Then, in contrast, we learn the reactions of...
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