Volume Three, Chapters 1−5 Summary and Analysis
Mrs. Reynolds: Darcy’s housekeeper at Pemberley who speaks highly of him
Georgiana Darcy: Darcy’s shy but impeccably−mannered sister
Mrs. Annesley: Georgiana’s elderly governess
On a leisurely journey, the Gardiners and Elizabeth stop in Derbyshire to view Darcy’s beautiful estate, Pemberley.
The estate is elegant and tasteful, and the housekeeper is overly enthusiastic with praise of her master’s fine manners and honest nature. She mentions that he is often thought of as proud, but she will have none of that, having never seen an occasion where he has evidenced this. Darcy’s letter has made a great...
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