The following day, the Bingleys and Georgiana (Darcy's sister) arrive at Pemberley. Soon after, they call upon Elizabeth, who is staying nearby at the inn in Lambton. The visit is a success: Elizabeth immediately warms to Georgiana and Mr Bingley is clearly delighted to see Elizabeth again.
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When Lizzy reads the first letter from her sister whilst staying the inn Jane writes that her nephews and nieces are wearing her out. The children in question belong to their aunt and uncle making them cousins, not nephews and nieces. None of the five sisters have any children so there cannot be any other relations for her to mention. See more
Mary, pass the potatoes to your aunt Gardiner.
I beg your pardon?
Oh, never mind, I'll do it.
Thank you, Kitty.
And that's the first kind word I've had from anyone since Lydia went away. I don't see why, it's not as though I had done anything naughty. And I don't think Lydia has done anything so dreadful either.
Referenced in Pride and Prejudice
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven See more