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What does Mr Gardiner do for a living?

What does Mr Gardiner do for a living?

They’re born into the middle class—not the gentry, like Darcy—and Uncle Gardiner makes his money by working as a lawyer rather than by inheriting it.

Where was Mrs Gardiner raised?


What part of England does Pride and Prejudice take place?

Groombridge Place, near Tunbridge Wells on the border of Kent and East Sussex in Southern England, is anchored by a tranquil moated brick house, set within acres of gardens.

Where does Lady Catherine de Bourgh live?

Rosings Park

Why does Miss Bingley become jealous of Elizabeth?

Why does Miss Bingley get jealous? She gets jealous, because Darcy is interested in Elizabeth and ignores her.

Why does Mr Darcy’s proposal make Elizabeth angry?

Darcy’s proposal makes Elizabeth angry because he did not really focus on proposing on her, but recanting her social inferiority to him which makes her upset. She is still pondering with what the proposal means and that she would have to also tell her that Darcy is the reason why Bingley has left.

What are Lady Catherine’s objections to Elizabeth marrying Darcy?

Lady Catherine claims that Elizabeth is bound to obey her by “the claims of duty, honour, and gratitude.” She presents the familiar objection: the Bennets have such low connections that Darcy’s marrying Elizabeth would “ruin him in the opinion of all his friends, and make him the contempt of the world.” Elizabeth …

Do Mr Darcy and Elizabeth get married in the book?

At the end of the novel, Elizabeth and Darcy get married and go to live at Pemberley, while Jane and Bingley move to an estate nearby. The ending reflects the culmination of Elizabeth and Darcy’s relationship, since they finally understand and respect each other enough to live together happily.

How did Lady Catherine find out about Darcy?

Originally Answered: How did Lady Catherine find out about Darcy’s affection for Elizabeth? The book is reasonably clear that Mr Collins told her. Mr Collins writes a letter to Mr Bennet, warning him that it has displeased Lady Catherine.