Grossmont College Dictionary Tree Specifications Code Question

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I'm working on a c++ project and need a reference to help me learn.

read file a1 then dictionaryTreeSpec.pdf; the code should pass three file are provide below too for the testfile1 the prof provided the solution for to see what he want to do with it

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CS 570 OPERATING SYSTEMS ROCH/SHEN Assignment 1 Part I – Questions – This part must be done on your own. Each question is worth 20 points. 1. There are two ways to communicate with device registers. One for the hardware to associate device registers with memory locations and to use the typical load and store instructions to access them. This method of communicating with device registers is referred to as memory-mapped input/output (I/O). The second method is to provide a separate device address space called port-space I/O. In this case, separate instructions (IN/OUT in Intel architectures) that function like load and store except that they read/write numbered device registers are used. Thinking about concepts that we have covered in this unit, explain how hardware could prevent user programs from accessing the device registers for a. address-mapped device registers b. port-space I/O. 2. Suppose two central processing unit (CPU) cores have separate caches. If cache write through is not enabled, will we see cache inconsistency or cache incoherency? Briefly justify your answer. 3. A web commerce application PA launches 3 processes: • PD inventory database • PW web server • PB business to business inventory manager The web server (PW) launches the following processes: • • PC credit card authorization service PU user credential authentication service Draw a process tree for PA. What will the operating system do to each of these processes if PW were to unexpectedly terminate (e.g. reference to invalid memory). 4. Describe what happens when a virtual machine executes a privileged instruction. How should this behavior differ when the virtual machine is executing user mode vs. privileged mode instruction? How does the virtual machine know the difference? Part II – Get your feet wet with UNIX/C/C++ (60 points) – This part can be done with pair programming; you may form a group of 2 to work on this programming assignment. This is a small programming assignment designed to give you experience in making system calls, reading manual pages, and writing makefiles which are a way to manage compilation. This program must execute correctly on systems implementing the POSIX standard (e.g. edoras which runs CentOS, or any modern linux distribution). Directories are actually special files that contain information about other files. In this programming assignment, you will get your feet wet with system calls and manual pages. In this assignment, you will write your own version of the "ls" command which lists files in a directory. Your version of ls, myls will be significantly simpler than the standard ls. Basic functionality when user executes myls: 1. If no command line arguments are given, the current directory is listed with a newline after each file including the last one. By default, any file starting whose first character is “.” will not be listed unless the hidden flag is set (see below). 2. An optional flag, -h (for hidden), may be specified which will list all files or directories including those that start with a “.”. 3. One or more command line arguments may be given. Each argument is a directory to list, i.e. "myls a02 a03" should list the files in directories a02 and a03. If any of the specified directory files cannot be accessed, the error "Cannot access a02" should be printed. 4. You must create a makefile (see course FAQ) such that when someone types “make” in your working directory it will compile the program with an output of myls, meaning your executable MUST have a name of myls. 5. When you submit, be sure to disable any debugging code that you might have included, we will be comparing your output against expected output. You will need the system commands, opendir, closedir, and readdir to complete this assignment. For details on how to use these, you would normally use UNIX's on-line manual pages to learn about the functions signature (parameters and return code), but they have not yet been installed on Edoras. Fortunately, there is a https://www.kernel.org/doc/man-pages/. You may find it easier to use getopt to parse the -h flag, but this is not required (it will be on a future assignment). If you are confused by the function signatures in the manual pages, see the course FAQ entry on interpreting function signatures (prototypes). What to turn in: 1) For Part I, each student would need to turn in an answer sheet in ONE PDF (or WORD) document. Your answer sheet file should include the follows: • On the first page, put a “Single Examinee Affidavit” which states “I, the undersigned, promise that the attached assignment submission is my own work. I recognize that should this not be the case; I will be subject to plagiarism penalties as outlined in the course syllabus.” Then PRINT your name, your RED ID, and the DATE as the electronic signature to the affidavit. • Starting from the second page, write your answers in the order of the questions listed in part I. • If you would like to write your answers in handwriting, you still need to type the first page as instructed above, then insert the pictures taken from your handwritten answers. 2) For Part II, each pair programming group would submit the program artifacts as a group submission through the Gradescope: • • • • Make sure that all files mentioned below (Source code files, Makefile, Affidavit) contains each team member’s name and RedID! Program Artifacts: i. Source code files (.h, .hpp, .cpp, .C, or .cc files, etc.), Makefile. Academic Honesty Affidavit (no digital signature is required, type all student names and their REDIDs as signature): i. Pair programming Equitable Participation & Honesty Affidavit with all members’ names listed on it. Use the pair-programmer affidavit template. ii. If you worked alone on the assignment, use the single-programmer affidavit template. Plagiarism Check: i. Points will be deducted if there is a plagiarism found in your code. An automated program structure comparison algorithm will be used to detect software plagiarism. 3) Note: Late submission will ONLY be accepted by the BEGINNING of the next class after the due date. CS 480 OPERATING SYSTEMS (SPRING 2022) Assignment 01 Due: 11:59pm, January 26th Dictionary Tree Specifications The dictionary tree is a tree storing a set of words (or strings), with each word stored along a tree path. Starting from the child nodes of the root node, each tree node represents a single character or letter of the word. Each node contains a collection of child nodes representing the next set of possible characters to continue the word from the current node. A dictionary tree constructed this way supports very efficient search and insert operations, in O(K) time with K being the length of the word searched or inserted. For this implementation, valid word characters are: • alphabet characters from a to z • the apostrophe 'character. Below is a typical representation of a dictionary tree node in a C struct type (similar data contents can be defined as member variables in a class for C++ implementation): #define NUMOfCHARS 27 /* a-z plus ' */ typedef struct dictNode { // isWord is true if the node represents the // last character of a word bool isWord; // Collection of nodes that represent subsequent characters in // words. Each node in the next dictNode* // array corresponds to a particular character that continues // the word if the node at the array index is NOT NULL: // e.g., if next[0] is NOT NULL, it means ‘a’ would be // one of the next characters that continues the current word; // while next[0] being NULL means there are no further words // with the next letter as ‘a’ along this path. struct dictNode *next[NUMOfCHARS]; } Note: Both the big case and small case of a letter should correspond to the same index in the child node array. For example, both letters ‘A’ and ‘a’ should correspond to index 0. Each node entry also has an isWord flag. If the flag is true, the node signifies the end of a word entry in the dictionary. Figure 1 below shows a dictionary tree example. Non null pointers in the next array are shown as arcs to child nodes, and the end of word indicator is shown for each node. A label that is not part of the data structure is shown at the top of the node to illustrate how one reaches that node. 1|Page root isWord = false next[2] (c→2) next[1] (b→1) b c isWord = false isWord =false next[0] (a→0) next[14] (o→14) a next[14] (o→14) o isWord = false o isWord = false next[19] (t→19) isWord = false next[24] (y→24) t next[24] (y→24) y isWord = true isWord = true y isWord = true next[2] (c→2) c isWord = false next[7] (h→7) h isWord = true Figure 1 - Dictionary tree containing a number of words Proposed implementation of Tree operations You would not lose points if you do not follow the proposed implementation below; however, again, you MUST implement the pointer tree data structure. With the representation of the dictionary tree structure, you need to implement the insert operation for inserting a word to the dictionary tree and the search operation for search the tree to count the words that start with a specific string. 2|Page Below is a proposed code design for implementing the dictionary tree data structure and its operations: • dicttree.h (in C++ or C) a. Defines the data structure of the dictionary tree node described above, and the signatures of its operations for inserting a word to the dictionary, and for searching and counting words starting with a string. b. Adds other supporting helper methods if needed. c. Add node method signature: • In C++, bool add(const char *remainingChars, const char * wordBeingInserted = nullptr); // wordBeingInserted is for debugging purpose • In C, bool add(struct dictNode *dictnode, const char * remainingChars, const char * wordBeingInserted); // wordBeingInserted is for debugging purpose • Return value (boolean) would indicate whether the word is added / inserted to the tree successfully • Implementation tips: 1. This method is initially called from the root node to insert the new word. 2. Use recursive calls (or iterative loop) to traverse the tree structure to insert the word, one character at a time starting from the first character (you need to convert each character from the word to an index of a child node). 3. The “remainingChars” argument is for passing the remaining portion of the word being inserted in a recursive context. 4. The “wordBeingInserted” argument is for remembering what the word in the insert is, this is for debugging purpose in a recursive call context. d. Search node operation signature for finding the node (in the tree) that ends a string, i.e., the node that contains the last character of the string being searched: • In C++, dictNode* findEndingNodeOfAStr(const char *remainingStr, const char *strBeingSearched); • In C, dictNode* findEndingNodeOfAStr(struct dictNode *dictnode, const char *remainingStr, const char * strBeingSearched); • Implementation tips: 1. This method is initially called on the root node to start the search. 2. Use recursive calls (or iterative loop) to traverse the tree structure to find the string, one character at a time starting from the first character (you need to convert each character from the word to an index of a child node). Returns the node pointer that ends the string if found; otherwise, return NULL pointer. 3. The “remainingStr” argument is for passing the remaining portion of the string being searched in a recursive context. 4. The “strBeingSearched” argument is an argument that is passed without modification in the call. Its main purpose is to help you understand the context in recursive debugging. 3|Page e. Count word operation signature for counting the number of words (in the tree) that start from a node: • In C++, void countWordsStartingFromANode(int &count); • In C, void countWordsStartingFromANode(struct dictNode *dictnode, int &count); • Implementation tips: 1. This method is initially called on a starting node to start the counting. 2. Starting from the dictnode, use recursive calls (or iterative loop) to traverse the whole sub-tree from the node (including the node) to count all words that start from the node. Use the count argument passed by reference to count. f. For searching the tree to count the words that start with a specific string: • First call findEndingNodeOfAStr to find node that ends the string, • Then call countWordsStartingFromANode to count the words starting from the node returned from findEndingNodeOfAStr • dicttree.cpp (for C++) or dicttree.c (for C) for implementing dicttree.h. Main program With the above dictionary tree implementation, you would then need to write the main program to: a. Read words from a dictionary text file and insert them to a dictionary tree. b. Read words from test text file, and for each word read in: search, count, and print the number of words in the dictionary tree that start with it. Suppose you put the main program code in a file countwords.cpp (C++) or countwords.c (C). It should contain the main(int argc, char **argv) function. Implementation tips are below. Note that for any of the library functions we suggest, you can read the manual page on Edoras by typing “man fn_name” at the shell prompt, e.g. man strtok; or refer to https://www.kernel.org/doc/man-pages/. Your main(int argc, char **argv) function should expect two arguments. The first argument is the file path to the dictionary source text file, the second is for the file path to the test text file. Minimal error checking is required, fail gracefully when there are the wrong number of arguments, or a file does not exist. For reading a text file line by line • In C++, use std::ifstream and std::getline. • std::ifstream dictstream(filepath); // open file for parsing • std::string line; • // iterate over dictionary file line by line • while (std::getline(dictstream, line)) • In C, use FILE *fp = fopen(“filename”, "r"), then use fgets(line, sizeof(line), fp) to read each line to a char buffer. 4|Page To extract all words from each line read in, you can use the strtok() function from to parse each line buffer read from the file. The strtok function iterates across a buffer, pulling out groups of characters separated by a list of characters called delimiters (see snippet below for an example). You MUST use the following delimiter string to separate words: const char *delimiters = "\n\r !\"#$%&()*+,-./0123456789:;?@[\\]^_`{|}~"; Example: char *word = strtok(line_c, delimiters); while (word != nullptr) { // call add method to insert word to build the dictionary tree …... // handle error from insertion result ….. // read next word word = strtok(NULL, delimiters); } 5|Page CS 480 OPERATING SYSTEMS (SPRING 2022) Assignment 01 (60 points) Due: 11:59pm, January 26th You must pass 100% of the auto-grading on gradescope to be able to enroll or stay enrolled in this class. Note the autograder on gradescope will be available after the first class. You must do this assignment on your own. A single programmer affidavit of academic honesty will need to be submitted along with your code. Start on this assignment and ask questions early. Do NOT expect help from TAs or instructor on the due date. Why this prerequisite assignment? Most modern operating systems (UNIXTM based OS, Windows, etc.) were written in C/C++ and assembly languages. For the purpose of learning in this class, you are required to do all programming assignments in C++ or C language. This first assignment is designed for you to demonstrate necessary knowledge and proficiency in C++ or C programming as part of the prerequisites to enroll in this class. This assignment is applicable to the currently enrolled students as well as the waitlisted students. We need to give all waitlisted students a fair chance to enroll. Note for waitlisted students who choose to do this assignment and pass the auto-grading, you will be added to the class only if there are spots opened after the prerequisite assignment. Please also note it is a mandate from the university and the CS department to keep class size to be within a manageable size to make sure we can support all students. We understand that many of you are looking for graduation this coming May. However, we cannot relax this prerequisite requirement, as again, we need to be fair to every student trying to enroll. NO Late Submission As this assignment is used for determining your enrollment eligibility, for the fairness and uniformity of grading, NO LATE submission will be accepted for this assignment, we also need time to sort out the grading before Jan 28 which is the deadline for instructor to drop students. There will be NO extension to this submission. All students (currently enrolled and waitlisted) must submit this assignment by due time if you intend to remain in the class or enroll. Grading Passing 100% autograding will clear the programming prerequisite to enroll in the class, but it may NOT give you a perfect score on the assignment. The structure, coding style, and commenting will also be part of the rubrics for the final grade (see Syllabus Course Design assignments). Your code shall follow industry best practices: 1|Page • • • • • Be sure to comment your code appropriately. Code with no or minimal comments are automatically lowered one grade category. Design and implement clean interfaces between modules. NO global variables. NO hard code – Magic numbers, etc. Have proper code structure between .h and .c / .cpp files, do not #include .cpp files. All test data including one correct program output are given to you, any hardcoding to generate the correct output without implementing the dictionary tree will automatically result in a zero grade of the assignment. Academic honesty Posting this assignment to any online learning platform and asking for help is considered academic dishonesty and will be reported. An automated program structure comparison algorithm will be used to detect code plagiarism. • The plagiarism detection generates similarity reports of your code with your peers as well as from online sources. We will also include solutions from the popular learning platforms (such as Chegg, etc.) as part of the online sources used for the plagiarism similarity detection. Note not only the plagiarism detection checks for matching content, but also it checks the structure of your code. • If plagiarism is found in your code, you will be automatically disenrolled from the class. You may also get reported. • Note the provided source code snippets for illustrating proposed implementation would be ignored in the plagiarism check. Task Tree, a hierarchical data structure, is often used in representing OS entities (such as the organization of a file system, Unix-style process trees, etc.), and in implementing various OS algorithms (such as multi-level paging table for memory management, multi-level indexed files, etc.). In this assignment, you will use C or C++ to implement a dictionary tree, and write test code for searching and counting words in the dictionary tree: 1) You must implement the pointer tree data structure (see dictionaryTreeSpec.pdf). 2) Tree operations: a. Insert a word to the tree. b. Count all words in the tree that start with a specific string. 3) Test code (see program execution and required output below): a. Read words from a dictionary text file and insert them to a dictionary tree. b. Read words from another text file, and for each word read in: search, count, and print the number of words in the dictionary tree that start with it. Requirements for Compilation and Execution: 1) You must create and submit a Makefile for compiling your source code. Makefiles are program compilation specifications. See below (also refer to the Programming page in 2|Page 2) 3) 4) 5) Canvas) for details on how to create a makefile. A makefile example is also provided to you. The make file must create the executable with a name as countwords. Your code must compile and run correctly on edoras.sdsu.edu, regardless of where you wrote, compiled, and tested your program. Excuses of “but it worked on my machine” will NOT be accepted. a. The compiler used for autograder is gcc version 4.8.x, as provided in Edoras. To use C++ 2011, you need to use the flag -std=c++11. b. Refer to the Programming page in Canvas for C/C++ programming and testing under Linux environments. c. If you are already enrolled in the class, your Edoras account information will be emailed to you. If you didn’t get an email for your Edoras account by the first class, please email your TAs asap for it. d. If you are a waitlisted student, please email TAs to get an Edoras account asap. The executable requires two command line arguments: a. The first argument specifies the file path to the source vocabulary text file that provides the words for building the dictionary tree. i. Use dictionarysource.txt file as the source vocabulary text file for testing. b. The second argument specifies the file path to the text file that provides the words to be searched in the dictionary tree. i. Two files testfile1.txt and testfile2.txt are given for your testing. ii. Auto-grading on gradescope will use all or part of testfile1.txt and testfile2.txt. • Test case 1 uses testfile1.txt, testfile1SolutionOutput.txt has the correct output for execution using testfile1.txt (see below) • Test case 2, 3 and 4 use different portions of testfile2.txt c. Your program should have minimal error checking on whether the command line arguments are provided from execution, fail gracefully when there is a wrong number of arguments, or a file does not exist. Program execution and required output: a. Using the following command line as an example: i. ./countwords dictionarysource.txt testfile1.txt b. Your program would first read the words from the dictionarysource.txt and insert them to a dictionary tree. c. It would then read the words from testfile1.txt, in the order of how they appear in the file, and for every word read in from testfile1.txt: i. search and count the number of words in the dictionary tree that start with this word, ii. and print this word and the count from 5) c. i. above (separated by a space) to the standard output ONE line per word, in the exact format as: hour 10 ‘hour 10’ here means for the ‘hour’ read from testfile1.txt, there are 10 words in the dictionary tree that start with ‘hour’. iii. More examples: 3|Page • If the dictionary tree has bat, batch, batman words inserted; there should be three words starting from ‘bat’, your program shall print: bat 3 • If the dictionary tree has education, educate, edition words inserted; there should be three words starting from ‘ed’, but there should be 0 words starting from ‘editor’, your program shall print: ed 3 editor 0 iv. Note the same word can appear multiple times from the test file. For example, the word ‘hour’ appears many times in testfile1.txt, your program would need to do the i. and ii. above every time it reads in an ‘hour’ word. d. See testfile1SolutionOutput.txt for the correct output from this execution. Using the same command line arguments, your program should print the output to the standard output exactly as what is contained in testfile1SolutionOutput.txt. e. REMEMBER: Do NOT print the output to a file, print to the standard output; otherwise, autograding will fail. Turning In to Gradescope Make sure that all files mentioned below (Source code files and Makefile) contain your name and Red ID! Do NOT compress / zip files into a ZIP file and submit, submit all files separately. • Source code files (.h, .hpp, .cpp, .c, .C or .cc files, etc.) • Makefile • A sample output (in a text file) from a test of your program. (use > to export standard output to a file, e.g., ./countwords dictionarysource.txt testfile1.txt > testoutput.txt) • Single Programmer Affidavit with your name and RED ID as signature, use Single Programmer Affidavit.docx from Canvas Module Course Resources – Programming If you are a waitlisted student, please enroll yourself asap to the gradescope by using the entry code that is emailed to you from Naedean. Makefile a. A Makefile is for compiling and linking C/C++ code to generate an executable file. The sample Makefile provided is for compiling and linking C++. Suppose you have dictionary.h and dictionary.cpp for dictionary tree implementation, and countwords.cpp having the main function that drives the dictionary population and word counting. • CXX is the variable specifying the C++ compiler as g++ (note autograder uses g++ compiler version 4.8.x, the same as what’s installed on Edoras) • CXXFLAGS (-std=c++11 -g) specifies compilation flags to the compiler specified by CXX, instructs the compiler to use the ISO 9899 standard C++ 4|Page implementation published in 2011 (commonly called c++11, c11 for C), c++11 and c11 have functionality that is desirable (e.g., the bool type in C and the type safe nullptr in C++). -g adds debugging information to the executables. Debugging information lets the use of the GNU symbolic debugger (gdb) to debug your programs. If you are writing in C, you would change the CXX= and CXXFLAGS= to: • CC=gcc • CCFLAGS=-std=c11 -g b. To compile your code, simply type make at the prompt. For the C++ version, make will execute compilation similar to the following if you do not have any errors: g++ -std=c++11 -g -c -o dicttree.o dicttree.cpp g++ -std=c++11 -g -c -o countwords.o countwords.cpp g++ -std=c++11 -g -o countwords dicttree.o countwords.o With either C or C++, -o specifies the output file. The -c flag implies that we are compiling part of a program to an object file (machine code, but not a stand-alone program). Makefiles usually do this as it permits us to not recompile the whole program when only one module has changed. The last line links the object files together and adds some glue to create an executable program. Programming environments There are a number of graphical user interface front ends for coding and debugging, ranging from simple interfaces in emacs and vim to eclipse and Microsoft’s cross-platform Visual Studio Code. 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beauty 2 to 805 think 8 of 109 But 82 my 90 dear 15 you 29 must 28 indeed 1 go 500 and 51 see 70 Mr 5 Bingley 0 when 6 he 962 comes 4 into 26 the 193 neighbourhood 0 It 67 is 124 more 11 than 22 I 4330 engage 6 for 484 I 4330 assure 6 you 29 But 82 consider 13 your 4 daughters 1 Only 1 think 8 what 14 an 970 establishment 3 it 67 would 5 be 1200 for 484 one 19 of 109 them 9 Sir 22 William 3 and 51 Lady 18 Lucas 1 are 12 determined 2 to 805 go 500 merely 1 on 86 that 11 account 14 for 484 in 2719 general 22 you 29 know 12 they 5 visit 14 no 896 newcomers 1 Indeed 1 you 29 must 28 go 500 for 484 it 67 will 39 be 1200 impossible 2 for 484 us 70 to 805 visit 14 him 9 if 8 you 29 do 814 not 85 You 29 are 12 over 596 scrupulous 4 surely 1 I 4330 dare 15 say 7 Mr 5 Bingley 0 will 39 be 1200 very 1 glad 30 to 805 see 70 you 29 and 51 I 4330 will 39 send 10 a 6799 few 6 lines 4 by 57 you 29 to 805 assure 6 him 9 of 109 my 90 hearty 2 consent 5 to 805 his 43 marrying 1 whichever 1 he 962 chooses 1 of 109 the 193 girls 1 though 12 I 4330 must 28 throw 14 in 2719 a 6799 good 28 word 26 for 484 my 90 little 6 Lizzy 2 I 4330 desire 6 you 29 will 39 do 814 no 896 such 2 thing 15 Lizzy 2 is 124 not 85 a 6799 bit 48 better 7 than 22 the 193 others 1 and 51 I 4330 am 392 sure 11 she 199 is 124 not 85 half 23 so 797 handsome 6 as 509 Jane 8 nor 102 half 23 so 797 good 28 humoured 0 as 509 Lydia 4 But 82 you 29 are 12 always 1 giving 2 her 181 the 193 preference 3 They 5 have 11 none 32 of 109 them 9 much 2 to 805 recommend 8 them 9 replied 1 he 962 they 5 are 12 all 162 silly 2 and 51 ignorant 2 like 22 other 5 girls 1 but 82 Lizzy 2 has 41 something 3 more 11 of 109 quickness 2 than 22 her 181 sisters 1 Mr 5 Bennet 1 how 27 can 287 you 29 abuse 7 your 4 own 9 children 1 in 2719 such 2 a 6799 way 27 You 29 take 18 delight 8 in 2719 vexing 1 me 1041 You 29 have 11 no 896 compassion 4 for 484 my 90 poor 11 nerves 1 You 29 mistake 5 me 1041 my 90 dear 15 I 4330 have 11 a 6799 high 54 respect 18 for 484 your 4 nerves 1 They 5 are 12 my 90 old 21 friends 4 I 4330 have 11 heard 1 you 29 mention 5 them 9 with 34 consideration 3 these 4 last 7 twenty 2 years 1 at 272 least 3 Ah 17 you 29 do 814 not 85 know 12 what 14 I 4330 suffer 11 But 82 I 4330 hope 16 you 29 will 39 get 13 over 596 it 67 and 51 live 43 to 805 see 70 many 2 young 9 men 140 of 109 four 26 thousand 7 a 6799 year 19 come 36 into 26 the 193 neighbourhood 0 It 67 will 39 be 1200 no 896 use 18 to 805 us 70 if 8 twenty 2 such 2 should 7 come 36 since 7 you 29 will 39 not 85 visit 14 them 9 Depend 17 upon 1 it 67 my 90 dear 15 that 11 when 6 there 21 are 12 twenty 2 I 4330 will 39 visit 14 them 9 all 162 Mr 5 Bennet 1 was 93 so 797 odd 17 a 6799 mixture 3 of 109 quick 25 parts 1 sarcastic 2 humour 0 reserve 7 and 51 caprice 3 that 11 the 193 experience 4 of 109 three 12 and 51 twenty 2 years 1 had 11 been 1 insufficient 2 to 805 make 17 his 43 wife 6 understand 8 his 43 character 16 Her 181 mind 25 was 93 less 19 difficult 5 to 805 develop 12 She 199 was 93 a 6799 woman 21 of 109 mean 36 understanding 4 little 6 information 3 and 51 uncertain 5 temper 22 When 6 she 199 was 93 discontented 2 she 199 fancied 1 herself 1 nervous 4 The 193 business 13 of 109 her 181 life 44 was 93 to 805 get 13 her 181 daughters 1 married 3 its 2 solace 4 was 93 visiting 1 and 51 news 71 Chapter 3 Mr 5 Bennet 1 was 93 among 1 the 193 earliest 1 of 109 those 1 who 79 waited 1 on 86 Mr 5 Bingley 0 He 962 had 11 always 1 intended 3 to 805 visit 14 him 9 though 12 to 805 the 193 last 7 always 1 assuring 1 his 43 wife 6 that 11 he 962 should 7 not 85 go 500 and 51 till 14 the 193 evening 3 after 48 the 193 visit 14 was 93 paid 1 she 199 had 11 no 896 knowledge 4 of 109 it 67 It 67 was 93 then 5 disclosed 1 in 2719 the 193 following 3 manner 8 Observing 1 his 43 second 16 daughter 4 employed 1 in 2719 trimming 4 a 6799 hat 64 he 962 suddenly 1 addressed 1 her 181 with 34 I 4330 hope 16 Mr 5 Bingley 0 will 39 like 22 it 67 Lizzy 2 We 444 are 12 not 85 in 2719 a 6799 way 27 to 805 know 12 what 14 Mr 5 Bingley 0 likes 2 said 1 her 181 mother 21 resentfully 1 since 7 we 444 are 12 not 85 to 805 visit 14 But 82 you 29 forget 8 mamma 9 said 1 Elizabeth 5 that 11 we 444 shall 12 meet 9 him 9 at 272 the 193 assemblies 1 and 51 that 11 Mrs 1 Long 49 promised 1 to 805 introduce 3 him 9 I 4330 do 814 not 85 believe 6 Mrs 1 Long 49 will 39 do 814 any 17 such 2 thing 15 She 199 has 41 two 14 nieces 1 of 109 her 181 own 9 She 199 is 124 a 6799 selfish 4 hypocritical 2 woman 21 and 51 I 4330 have 11 no 896 opinion 4 of 109 her 181 No 896 more 11 have 11 I 4330 said 1 Mr 5 Bennet 1 and 51 I 4330 am 392 glad 30 to 805 find 10 that 11 you 29 do 814 not 85 depend 17 on 86 her 181 serving 3 you 29 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 deigned 1 not 85 to 805 make 17 any 17 reply 3 but 82 unable 1 to 805 contain 16 herself 1 began 1 scolding 3 one 19 of 109 her 181 daughters 1 Don't 1 keep 11 coughing 1 so 797 Kitty 2 for 484 Heaven's 1 sake 2 Have 11 a 6799 little 6 compassion 4 on 86 my 90 nerves 1 You 29 tear 26 them 9 to 805 pieces 1 Kitty 2 has 41 no 896 discretion 3 in 2719 her 181 coughs 1 said 1 her 181 father 12 she 199 times 10 them 9 ill 84 I 4330 do 814 not 85 cough 5 for 484 my 90 own 9 amusement 3 replied 1 Kitty 2 fretfully 1 When 6 is 124 your 4 next 2 ball 77 to 805 be 1200 Lizzy 2 To 805 morrow 3 fortnight 4 Aye 4 so 797 it 67 is 124 cried 1 her 181 mother 21 and 51 Mrs 1 Long 49 does 5 not 85 come 36 back 182 till 14 the 193 day 27 before 2 so 797 it 67 will 39 be 1200 impossible 2 for 484 her 181 to 805 introduce 3 him 9 for 484 she 199 will 39 not 85 know 12 him 9 herself 1 Then 5 my 90 dear 15 you 29 may 49 have 11 the 193 advantage 6 of 109 your 4 friend 14 and 51 introduce 3 Mr 5 Bingley 0 to 805 her 181 Impossible 2 Mr 5 Bennet 1 impossible 2 when 6 I 4330 am 392 not 85 acquainted 1 with 34 him 9 myself 1 how 27 can 287 you 29 be 1200 so 797 teasing 2 I 4330 honour 0 your 4 circumspection 2 A 6799 fortnight's 1 acquaintance 5 is 124 certainly 1 very 1 little 6 One 19 cannot 1 know 12 what 14 a 6799 man 342 really 1 is 124 by 57 the 193 end 92 of 109 a 6799 fortnight 4 But 82 if 8 we 444 do 814 not 85 venture 8 somebody 2 else 2 will 39 and 51 after 48 all 162 Mrs 1 Long 49 and 51 her 181 nieces 1 must 28 stand 42 their 2 chance 20 and 51 therefore 1 as 509 she 199 will 39 think 8 it 67 an 970 act 69 of 109 kindness 3 if 8 you 29 decline 7 the 193 office 11 I 4330 will 39 take 18 it 67 on 86 myself 1 The 193 girls 1 stared 1 at 272 their 2 father 12 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 said 1 only 1 Nonsense 2 nonsense 2 What 14 can 287 be 1200 the 193 meaning 11 of 109 that 11 emphatic 2 exclamation 3 cried 1 he 962 Do 814 you 29 consider 13 the 193 forms 1 of 109 introduction 3 and 51 the 193 stress 6 that 11 is 124 laid 1 on 86 them 9 as 509 nonsense 2 I 4330 cannot 1 quite 1 agree 11 with 34 you 29 there 21 What 14 say 7 you 29 Mary 13 For 484 you 29 are 12 a 6799 young 9 lady 18 of 109 deep 12 reflection 3 I 4330 know 12 and 51 read 49 great 12 books 15 and 51 make 17 extracts 1 Mary 13 wished 1 to 805 say 7 something 3 sensible 3 but 82 knew 1 not 85 how 27 While 4 Mary 13 is 124 adjusting 1 her 181 ideas 1 he 962 continued 1 let 50 us 70 return 14 to 805 Mr 5 Bingley 0 I 4330 am 392 sick 38 of 109 Mr 5 Bingley 0 cried 1 his 43 wife 6 I 4330 am 392 sorry 1 to 805 hear 76 that 11 but 82 why 4 did 23 not 85 you 29 tell 16 me 1041 that 11 before 2 If 8 I 4330 had 11 known 1 as 509 much 2 this 6 morning 3 I 4330 certainly 1 would 5 not 85 have 11 called 1 on 86 him 9 It 67 is 124 very 1 unlucky 1 but 82 as 509 I 4330 have 11 actually 1 paid 1 the 193 visit 14 we 444 cannot 1 escape 10 the 193 acquaintance 5 now 10 The 193 astonishment 2 of 109 the 193 ladies 1 was 93 just 24 what 14 he 962 wished 1 that 11 of 109 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 perhaps 1 surpassing 1 the 193 rest 110 though 12 when 6 the 193 first 8 tumult 5 of 109 joy 36 was 93 over 596 she 199 began 1 to 805 declare 6 that 11 it 67 was 93 what 14 she 199 had 11 expected 1 all 162 the 193 while 4 How 27 good 28 it 67 was 93 in 2719 you 29 my 90 dear 15 Mr 5 Bennet 1 But 82 I 4330 knew 1 I 4330 should 7 persuade 6 you 29 at 272 last 7 I 4330 was 93 sure 11 you 29 loved 1 your 4 girls 1 too 50 well 24 to 805 neglect 9 such 2 an 970 acquaintance 5 Well 24 how 27 pleased 1 I 4330 am 392 and 51 it 67 is 124 such 2 a 6799 good 28 joke 8 too 50 that 11 you 29 should 7 have 11 gone 4 this 6 morning 3 and 51 never 3 said 1 a 6799 word 26 about 1 it 67 till 14 now 10 Now 10 Kitty 2 you 29 may 49 cough 5 as 509 much 2 as 509 you 29 choose 5 said 1 Mr 5 Bennet 1 and 51 as 509 he 962 spoke 14 he 962 left 19 the 193 room 22 fatigued 1 with 34 the 193 raptures 1 of 109 his 43 wife 6 What 14 an 970 excellent 2 father 12 you 29 have 11 girls 1 said 1 she 199 when 6 the 193 door 41 was 93 shut 32 I 4330 do 814 not 85 know 12 how 27 you 29 will 39 ever 33 make 17 him 9 amends 1 for 484 his 43 kindness 3 or 333 me 1041 either 1 for 484 that 11 matter 7 At 272 our 3 time 45 of 109 life 44 it 67 is 124 not 85 so 797 pleasant 9 I 4330 can 287 tell 16 you 29 to 805 be 1200 making 4 new 115 acquaintances 3 every 10 day 27 but 82 for 484 your 4 sakes 0 we 444 would 5 do 814 anything 3 Lydia 4 my 90 love 29 though 12 you 29 are 12 the 193 youngest 1 I 4330 dare 15 say 7 Mr 5 Bingley 0 will 39 dance 7 with 34 you 29 at 272 the 193 next 2 ball 77 Oh 17 said 1 Lydia 4 stoutly 1 I 4330 am 392 not 85 afraid 1 for 484 though 12 I 4330 am 392 the 193 youngest 1 I'm 1 the 193 tallest 1 The 193 rest 110 of 109 the 193 evening 3 was 93 spent 1 in 2719 conjecturing 1 how 27 soon 3 he 962 would 5 return 14 Mr 5 Bennet's 0 visit 14 and 51 determining 1 when 6 they 5 should 7 ask 6 him 9 to 805 dinner 9 Chapter 3 Not 85 all 162 that 11 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 however 1 with 34 the 193 assistance 2 of 109 her 181 five 5 daughters 1 could 2 ask 6 on 86 the 193 subject 11 was 93 sufficient 2 to 805 draw 24 from 2 her 181 husband 10 any 17 satisfactory 1 description 3 of 109 Mr 5 Bingley 0 They 5 attacked 1 him 9 in 2719 various 2 ways 4 with 34 barefaced 2 questions 1 ingenious 4 suppositions 1 and 51 distant 2 surmises 1 but 82 he 962 eluded 1 the 193 skill 11 of 109 them 9 all 162 and 51 they 5 were 5 at 272 last 7 obliged 1 to 805 accept 16 the 193 second 16 hand 137 intelligence 2 of 109 their 2 neighbour 0 Lady 18 Lucas 1 Her 181 report 12 was 93 highly 1 favourable 0 Sir 22 William 3 had 11 been 1 delighted 2 with 34 him 9 He 962 was 93 quite 1 young 9 wonderfully 1 handsome 6 extremely 1 agreeable 3 and 51 to 805 crown 5 the 193 whole 26 he 962 meant 3 to 805 be 1200 at 272 the 193 next 2 assembly 8 with 34 a 6799 large 11 party 3 Nothing 5 could 2 be 1200 more 11 delightful 2 To 805 be 1200 fond 17 of 109 dancing 2 was 93 a 6799 certain 5 step 48 towards 1 falling 1 in 2719 love 29 and 51 very 1 lively 1 hopes 1 of 109 Mr 5 Bingley's 0 heart 57 were 5 entertained 1 If 8 I 4330 can 287 but 82 see 70 one 19 of 109 my 90 daughters 1 happily 1 settled 1 at 272 Netherfield 0 said 1 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 to 805 her 181 husband 10 and 51 all 162 the 193 others 1 equally 1 well 24 married 3 I 4330 shall 12 have 11 nothing 5 to 805 wish 13 for 484 In 2719 a 6799 few 6 days 1 Mr 5 Bingley 0 returned 1 Mr 5 Bennet's 0 visit 14 and 51 sat 92 about 1 ten 151 minutes 2 with 34 him 9 in 2719 his 43 library 2 He 962 had 11 entertained 1 hopes 1 of 109 being 3 admitted 2 to 805 a 6799 sight 17 of 109 the 193 young 9 ladies 1 of 109 whose 1 beauty 2 he 962 had 11 heard 1 much 2 but 82 he 962 saw 24 only 1 the 193 father 12 The 193 ladies 1 were 5 somewhat 2 more 11 fortunate 2 for 484 they 5 had 11 the 193 advantage 6 of 109 ascertaining 1 from 2 an 970 upper 15 window 12 that 11 he 962 wore 1 a 6799 blue 61 coat 12 and 51 rode 9 a 6799 black 92 horse 52 An 970 invitation 6 to 805 dinner 9 was 93 soon 3 afterwards 1 dispatched 1 and 51 already 1 had 11 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 planned 1 the 193 courses 1 that 11 were 5 to 805 do 814 credit 12 to 805 her 181 housekeeping 2 when 6 an 970 answer 8 arrived 1 which 2 deferred 1 it 67 all 162 Mr 5 Bingley 0 was 93 obliged 1 to 805 be 1200 in 2719 town 27 the 193 following 3 day 27 and 51 consequently 1 unable 1 to 805 accept 16 the 193 honour 0 of 109 their 2 invitation 6 etc 10 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 was 93 quite 1 disconcerted 1 She 199 could 2 not 85 imagine 3 what 14 business 13 he 962 could 2 have 11 in 2719 town 27 so 797 soon 3 after 48 his 43 arrival 3 in 2719 Hertfordshire 0 and 51 she 199 began 1 to 805 fear 14 that 11 he 962 might 9 be 1200 always 1 flying 2 about 1 from 2 one 19 place 29 to 805 another 1 and 51 never 3 settled 1 at 272 Netherfield 0 as 509 he 962 ought 2 to 805 be 1200 Lady 18 Lucas 1 quieted 1 her 181 fears 2 a 6799 little 6 by 57 starting 1 the 193 idea 21 of 109 his 43 being 3 gone 4 to 805 London 5 only 1 to 805 get 13 a 6799 large 11 party 3 for 484 the 193 ball 77 and 51 a 6799 report 12 soon 3 followed 1 that 11 Mr 5 Bingley 0 was 93 to 805 bring 6 twelve 6 ladies 1 and 51 seven 18 gentlemen 1 with 34 him 9 to 805 the 193 assembly 8 The 193 girls 1 grieved 1 over 596 such 2 a 6799 number 8 of 109 ladies 1 but 82 were 5 comforted 1 the 193 day 27 before 2 the 193 ball 77 by 57 hearing 3 that 11 instead 1 of 109 twelve 6 he 962 brought 1 only 1 six 24 with 34 him 9 from 2 London 5 his 43 five 5 sisters 1 and 51 a 6799 cousin 3 And 51 when 6 the 193 party 3 entered 1 the 193 assembly 8 room 22 it 67 consisted 1 of 109 only 1 five 5 altogether 1 Mr 5 Bingley 0 his 43 two 14 sisters 1 the 193 husband 10 of 109 the 193 eldest 1 and 51 another 1 young 9 man 342 Mr 5 Bingley 0 was 93 good 28 looking 1 and 51 gentlemanlike 0 he 962 had 11 a 6799 pleasant 9 countenance 4 and 51 easy 2 unaffected 2 manners 1 His 43 sisters 1 were 5 fine 17 women 5 with 34 an 970 air 129 of 109 decided 2 fashion 10 His 43 brother 9 in 2719 law 45 Mr 5 Hurst 2 merely 1 looked 1 the 193 gentleman 3 but 82 his 43 friend 14 Mr 5 Darcy 2 soon 3 drew 2 the 193 attention 3 of 109 the 193 room 22 by 57 his 43 fine 17 tall 35 person 33 handsome 6 features 1 noble 13 mien 3 and 51 the 193 report 12 which 2 was 93 in 2719 general 22 circulation 3 within 3 five 5 minutes 2 after 48 his 43 entrance 6 of 109 his 43 having 1 ten 151 thousand 7 a 6799 year 19 The 193 gentlemen 1 pronounced 1 him 9 to 805 be 1200 a 6799 fine 17 figure 7 of 109 a 6799 man 342 the 193 ladies 1 declared 1 he 962 was 93 much 2 handsomer 1 than 22 Mr 5 Bingley 0 and 51 he 962 was 93 looked 1 at 272 with 34 great 12 admiration 2 for 484 about 1 half 23 the 193 evening 3 till 14 his 43 manners 1 gave 4 a 6799 disgust 7 which 2 turned 1 the 193 tide 15 of 109 his 43 popularity 2 for 484 he 962 was 93 discovered 1 to 805 be 1200 proud 5 to 805 be 1200 above 3 his 43 company 2 and 51 above 3 being 3 pleased 1 and 51 not 85 all 162 his 43 large 11 estate 3 in 2719 Derbyshire 0 could 2 then 5 save 7 him 9 from 2 having 1 a 6799 most 3 forbidding 3 disagreeable 3 countenance 4 and 51 being 3 unworthy 1 to 805 be 1200 compared 1 with 34 his 43 friend 14 Mr 5 Bingley 0 had 11 soon 3 made 13 himself 1 acquainted 1 with 34 all 162 the 193 principal 7 people 4 in 2719 the 193 room 22 he 962 was 93 lively 1 and 51 unreserved 2 danced 1 every 10 dance 7 was 93 angry 1 that 11 the 193 ball 77 closed 1 so 797 early 1 and 51 talked 1 of 109 giving 2 one 19 himself 1 at 272 Netherfield 0 Such 2 amiable 1 qualities 1 must 28 speak 12 for 484 themselves 1 What 14 a 6799 contrast 5 between 1 him 9 and 51 his 43 friend 14 Mr 5 Darcy 2 danced 1 only 1 once 2 with 34 Mrs 1 Hurst 2 and 51 once 2 with 34 Miss 71 Bingley 0 declined 1 being 3 introduced 1 to 805 any 17 other 5 lady 18 and 51 spent 1 the 193 rest 110 of 109 the 193 evening 3 in 2719 walking 2 about 1 the 193 room 22 speaking 2 occasionally 1 to 805 one 19 of 109 his 43 own 9 party 3 His 43 character 16 was 93 decided 2 He 962 was 93 the 193 proudest 1 most 3 disagreeable 3 man 342 in 2719 the 193 world 12 and 51 everybody 2 hoped 1 that 11 he 962 would 5 never 3 come 36 there 21 again 2 Amongst 0 the 193 most 3 violent 2 against 1 him 9 was 93 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 whose 1 dislike 4 of 109 his 43 general 22 behaviour 0 was 93 sharpened 1 into 26 particular 13 resentment 3 by 57 his 43 having 1 slighted 1 one 19 of 109 her 181 daughters 1 Elizabeth 5 Bennet 1 had 11 been 1 obliged 1 by 57 the 193 scarcity 2 of 109 gentlemen 1 to 805 sit 29 down 90 for 484 two 14 dances 1 and 51 during 1 part 102 of 109 that 11 time 45 Mr 5 Darcy 2 had 11 been 1 standing 3 near 15 enough 2 for 484 her 181 to 805 hear 76 a 6799 conversation 8 between 1 him 9 and 51 Mr 5 Bingley 0 who 79 came 36 from 2 the 193 dance 7 for 484 a 6799 few 6 minutes 2 to 805 press 30 his 43 friend 14 to 805 join 16 it 67 Come 36 Darcy 2 said 1 he 962 I 4330 must 28 have 11 you 29 dance 7 I 4330 hate 14 to 805 see 70 you 29 standing 3 about 1 by 57 yourself 1 in 2719 this 6 stupid 9 manner 8 You 29 had 11 much 2 better 7 dance 7 I 4330 certainly 1 shall 12 not 85 You 29 know 12 how 27 I 4330 detest 8 it 67 unless 1 I 4330 am 392 particularly 1 acquainted 1 with 34 my 90 partner 8 At 272 such 2 an 970 assembly 8 as 509 this 6 it 67 would 5 be 1200 insupportable 1 Your 4 sisters 1 are 12 engaged 1 and 51 there 21 is 124 not 85 another 1 woman 21 in 2719 the 193 room 22 whom 3 it 67 would 5 not 85 be 1200 a 6799 punishment 3 to 805 me 1041 to 805 stand 42 up 194 with 34 I 4330 would 5 not 85 be 1200 so 797 fastidious 4 as 509 you 29 are 12 cried 1 Mr 5 Bingley 0 for 484 a 6799 kingdom 3 Upon 1 my 90 honour 0 I 4330 never 3 met 180 with 34 so 797 many 2 pleasant 9 girls 1 in 2719 my 90 life 44 as 509 I 4330 have 11 this 6 evening 3 and 51 there 21 are 12 several 3 of 109 them 9 you 29 see 70 uncommonly 1 pretty 3 You 29 are 12 dancing 2 with 34 the 193 only 1 handsome 6 girl 14 in 2719 the 193 room 22 said 1 Mr 5 Darcy 2 looking 1 at 272 the 193 eldest 1 Miss 71 Bennet 1 Oh 17 She 199 is 124 the 193 most 3 beautiful 2 creature 3 I 4330 ever 33 beheld 1 But 82 there 21 is 124 one 19 of 109 her 181 sisters 1 sitting 3 down 90 just 24 behind 4 you 29 who 79 is 124 very 1 pretty 3 and 51 I 4330 dare 15 say 7 very 1 agreeable 3 Do 814 let 50 me 1041 ask 6 my 90 partner 8 to 805 introduce 3 you 29 Which 2 do 814 you 29 mean 36 and 51 turning 3 round 29 he 962 looked 1 for 484 a 6799 moment 14 at 272 Elizabeth 5 till 14 catching 2 her 181 eye 57 he 962 withdrew 1 his 43 own 9 and 51 coldly 1 said 1 She 199 is 124 tolerable 1 but 82 not 85 handsome 6 enough 2 to 805 tempt 14 me 1041 I 4330 am 392 in 2719 no 896 humour 0 at 272 present 20 to 805 give 15 consequence 3 to 805 young 9 ladies 1 who 79 are 12 slighted 1 by 57 other 5 men 140 You 29 had 11 better 7 return 14 to 805 your 4 partner 8 and 51 enjoy 9 her 181 smiles 1 for 484 you 29 are 12 wasting 1 your 4 time 45 with 34 me 1041 Mr 5 Bingley 0 followed 1 his 43 advice 2 Mr 5 Darcy 2 walked 1 off 100 and 51 Elizabeth 5 remained 1 with 34 no 896 very 1 cordial 6 feelings 1 toward 2 him 9 She 199 told 1 the 193 story 13 however 1 with 34 great 12 spirit 20 among 1 her 181 friends 4 for 484 she 199 had 11 a 6799 lively 1 playful 4 disposition 3 which 2 delighted 2 in 2719 anything 3 ridiculous 4 The 193 evening 3 altogether 1 passed 1 off 100 pleasantly 1 to 805 the 193 whole 26 family 2 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 had 11 seen 1 her 181 eldest 1 daughter 4 much 2 admired 1 by 57 the 193 Netherfield 0 party 3 Mr 5 Bingley 0 had 11 danced 1 with 34 her 181 twice 1 and 51 she 199 had 11 been 1 distinguished 1 by 57 his 43 sisters 1 Jane 8 was 93 as 509 much 2 gratified 1 by 57 this 6 as 509 her 181 mother 21 could 2 be 1200 though 12 in 2719 a 6799 quieter 1 way 27 Elizabeth 5 felt 5 Jane's 0 pleasure 5 Mary 13 had 11 heard 1 herself 1 mentioned 1 to 805 Miss 71 Bingley 0 as 509 the 193 most 3 accomplished 1 girl 14 in 2719 the 193 neighbourhood 0 and 51 Catherine 2 and 51 Lydia 4 had 11 been 1 fortunate 2 enough 2 never 3 to 805 be 1200 without 1 partners 4 which 2 was 93 all 162 that 11 they 5 had 11 yet 4 learnt 0 to 805 care 47 for 484 at 272 a 6799 ball 77 They 5 returned 1 therefore 1 in 2719 good 28 spirits 1 to 805 Longbourn 0 the 193 village 6 where 21 they 5 lived 1 and 51 of 109 which 2 they 5 were 5 the 193 principal 7 inhabitants 1 They 5 found 18 Mr 5 Bennet 1 still 13 up 194 With 34 a 6799 book 69 he 962 was 93 regardless 1 of 109 time 45 and 51 on 86 the 193 present 20 occasion 7 he 962 had 11 a 6799 good 28 deal 13 of 109 curiosity 2 as 509 to 805 the 193 event 18 of 109 an 970 evening 3 which 2 had 11 raised 1 such 2 splendid 4 expectations 1 He 962 had 11 rather 2 hoped 1 that 11 his 43 wife's 1 views 1 on 86 the 193 stranger 3 would 5 be 1200 disappointed 1 but 82 he 962 soon 3 found 18 out 365 that 11 he 962 had 11 a 6799 different 11 story 13 to 805 hear 76 Oh 17 my 90 dear 15 Mr 5 Bennet 1 as 509 she 199 entered 1 the 193 room 22 we 444 have 11 had 11 a 6799 most 3 delightful 2 evening 3 a 6799 most 3 excellent 2 ball 77 I 4330 wish 13 you 29 had 11 been 1 there 21 Jane 8 was 93 so 797 admired 1 nothing 5 could 2 be 1200 like 22 it 67 Everybody 2 said 1 how 27 well 24 she 199 looked 1 and 51 Mr 5 Bingley 0 thought 11 her 181 quite 1 beautiful 2 and 51 danced 1 with 34 her 181 twice 1 Only 1 think 8 of 109 that 11 my 90 dear 15 he 962 actually 1 danced 1 with 34 her 181 twice 1 and 51 she 199 was 93 the 193 only 1 creature 3 in 2719 the 193 room 22 that 11 he 962 asked 1 a 6799 second 16 time 45 First 8 of 109 all 162 he 962 asked 1 Miss 71 Lucas 1 I 4330 was 93 so 797 vexed 1 to 805 see 70 him 9 stand 42 up 194 with 34 her 181 But 82 however 1 he 962 did 23 not 85 admire 6 her 181 at 272 all 162 indeed 1 nobody 2 can 287 you 29 know 12 and 51 he 962 seemed 1 quite 1 struck 1 with 34 Jane 8 as 509 she 199 was 93 going 3 down 90 the 193 dance 7 So 797 he 962 inquired 1 who 79 she 199 was 93 and 51 got 14 introduced 1 and 51 asked 1 her 181 for 484 the 193 two 14 next 2 Then 5 the 193 two 14 third 4 he 962 danced 1 with 34 Miss 71 King 23 and 51 the 193 two 14 fourth 4 with 34 Maria 12 Lucas 1 and 51 the 193 two 14 fifth 4 with 34 Jane 8 again 2 and 51 the 193 two 14 sixth 3 with 34 Lizzy 2 and 51 the 193 Boulanger 0 If 8 he 962 had 11 had 11 any 17 compassion 4 for 484 me 1041 cried 1 her 181 husband 10 impatiently 1 he 962 would 5 not 85 have 11 danced 1 half 23 so 797 much 2 For 484 God's 1 sake 2 say 7 no 896 more 11 of 109 his 43 partners 4 Oh 17 that 11 he 962 had 11 sprained 1 his 43 ankle 9 in 2719 the 193 first 8 dance 7 Oh 17 my 90 dear 15 I 4330 am 392 quite 1 delighted 2 with 34 him 9 He 962 is 124 so 797 excessively 1 handsome 6 And 51 his 43 sisters 1 are 12 charming 2 women 5 I 4330 never 3 in 2719 my 90 life 44 saw 24 anything 3 more 11 elegant 2 than 22 their 2 dresses 1 I 4330 dare 15 say 7 the 193 lace 18 upon 1 Mrs 1 Hurst's 1 gown 5 Here 31 she 199 was 93 interrupted 1 again 2 Mr 5 Bennet 1 protested 1 against 1 any 17 description 3 of 109 finery 2 She 199 was 93 therefore 1 obliged 1 to 805 seek 6 another 1 branch 6 of 109 the 193 subject 11 and 51 related 3 with 34 much 2 bitterness 2 of 109 spirit 20 and 51 some 30 exaggeration 3 the 193 shocking 2 rudeness 2 of 109 Mr 5 Darcy 2 But 82 I 4330 can 287 assure 6 you 29 she 199 added 1 that 11 Lizzy 2 does 5 not 85 lose 5 much 2 by 57 not 85 suiting 2 his 43 fancy 5 for 484 he 962 is 124 a 6799 most 3 disagreeable 3 horrid 2 man 342 not 85 at 272 all 162 worth 15 pleasing 3 So 797 high 54 and 51 so 797 conceited 4 that 11 there 21 was 93 no 896 enduring 1 him 9 He 962 walked 1 here 31 and 51 he 962 walked 1 there 21 fancying 1 himself 1 so 797 very 1 great 12 Not 85 handsome 6 enough 2 to 805 dance 7 with 34 I 4330 wish 13 you 29 had 11 been 1 there 21 my 90 dear 15 to 805 have 11 given 3 him 9 one 19 of 109 your 4 set 40 downs 26 I 4330 quite 1 detest 8 the 193 man 342 Chapter 3 When 6 Jane 8 and 51 Elizabeth 5 were 5 alone 1 the 193 former 3 who 79 had 11 been 1 cautious 4 in 2719 her 181 praise 7 of 109 Mr 5 Bingley 0 before 2 expressed 1 to 805 her 181 sister 9 just 24 how 27 very 1 much 2 she 199 admired 1 him 9 He 962 is 124 just 24 what 14 a 6799 young 9 man 342 ought 2 to 805 be 1200 said 1 she 199 sensible 3 good 28 humoured 0 lively 1 and 51 I 4330 never 3 saw 24 such 2 happy 1 manners 1 so 797 much 2 ease 10 with 34 such 2 perfect 24 good 28 breeding 2 He 962 is 124 also 3 handsome 6 replied 1 Elizabeth 5 which 2 a 6799 young 9 man 342 ought 2 likewise 1 to 805 be 1200 if 8 he 962 possibly 1 can 287 His 43 character 16 is 124 thereby 1 complete 8 I 4330 was 93 very 1 much 2 flattered 1 by 57 his 43 asking 1 me 1041 to 805 dance 7 a 6799 second 16 time 45 I 4330 did 23 not 85 expect 20 such 2 a 6799 compliment 6 Did 23 not 85 you 29 I 4330 did 23 for 484 you 29 But 82 that 11 is 124 one 19 great 12 difference 3 between 1 us 70 Compliments 1 always 1 take 18 you 29 by 57 surprise 4 and 51 me 1041 never 3 What 14 could 2 be 1200 more 11 natural 18 than 22 his 43 asking 1 you 29 again 2 He 962 could 2 not 85 help 23 seeing 2 that 11 you 29 were 5 about 1 five 5 times 10 as 509 pretty 3 as 509 every 10 other 5 woman 21 in 2719 the 193 room 22 No 896 thanks 4 to 805 his 43 gallantry 2 for 484 that 11 Well 24 he 962 certainly 1 is 124 very 1 agreeable 3 and 51 I 4330 give 15 you 29 leave 14 to 805 like 22 him 9 You 29 have 11 liked 1 many 2 a 6799 stupider 1 person 33 Dear 15 Lizzy 2 Oh 17 you 29 are 12 a 6799 great 12 deal 13 too 50 apt 9 you 29 know 12 to 805 like 22 people 4 in 2719 general 22 You 29 never 3 see 70 a 6799 fault 20 in 2719 anybody 2 All 162 the 193 world 12 are 12 good 28 and 51 agreeable 3 in 2719 your 4 eyes 8 I 4330 never 3 heard 1 you 29 speak 12 ill 84 of 109 a 6799 human 41 being 3 in 2719 your 4 life 44 I 4330 would 5 not 85 wish 13 to 805 be 1200 hasty 1 in 2719 censuring 1 anyone 2 but 82 I 4330 always 1 speak 12 what 14 I 4330 think 8 I 4330 know 12 you 29 do 814 and 51 it 67 is 124 that 11 which 2 makes 4 the 193 wonder 17 With 34 your 4 good 28 sense 8 to 805 be 1200 so 797 honestly 1 blind 22 to 805 the 193 follies 1 and 51 nonsense 2 of 109 others 1 Affectation 3 of 109 candour 0 is 124 common 23 enough 2 one 19 meets 1 with 34 it 67 everywhere 1 But 82 to 805 be 1200 candid 16 without 1 ostentation 2 or 333 design 16 to 805 take 18 the 193 good 28 of 109 everybody's 1 character 16 and 51 make 17 it 67 still 13 better 7 and 51 say 7 nothing 5 of 109 the 193 bad 33 belongs 1 to 805 you 29 alone 1 And 51 so 797 you 29 like 22 this 6 man's 1 sisters 1 too 50 do 814 you 29 Their 2 manners 1 are 12 not 85 equal 17 to 805 his 43 Certainly 1 not 85 at 272 first 8 But 82 they 5 are 12 very 1 pleasing 3 women 5 when 6 you 29 converse 5 with 34 them 9 Miss 71 Bingley 0 is 124 to 805 live 43 with 34 her 181 brother 9 and 51 keep 11 his 43 house 87 and 51 I 4330 am 392 much 2 mistaken 2 if 8 we 444 shall 12 not 85 find 10 a 6799 very 1 charming 2 neighbour 0 in 2719 her 181 Elizabeth 5 listened 1 in 2719 silence 7 but 82 was 93 not 85 convinced 1 their 2 behaviour 0 at 272 the 193 assembly 8 had 11 not 85 been 1 calculated 2 to 805 please 3 in 2719 general 22 and 51 with 34 more 11 quickness 2 of 109 observation 4 and 51 less 19 pliancy 2 of 109 temper 22 than 22 her 181 sister 9 and 51 with 34 a 6799 judgement 0 too 50 unassailed 0 by 57 any 17 attention 3 to 805 herself 1 she 199 was 93 very 1 little 6 disposed 1 to 805 approve 3 them 9 They 5 were 5 in 2719 fact 35 very 1 fine 17 ladies 1 not 85 deficient 1 in 2719 good 28 humour 0 when 6 they 5 were 5 pleased 1 nor 102 in 2719 the 193 power 19 of 109 making 4 themselves 1 agreeable 3 when 6 they 5 chose 2 it 67 but 82 proud 5 and 51 conceited 4 They 5 were 5 rather 2 handsome 6 had 11 been 1 educated 1 in 2719 one 19 of 109 the 193 first 8 private 9 seminaries 1 in 2719 town 27 had 11 a 6799 fortune 8 of 109 twenty 2 thousand 7 pounds 1 were 5 in 2719 the 193 habit 25 of 109 spending 2 more 11 than 22 they 5 ought 2 and 51 of 109 associating 1 with 34 people 4 of 109 rank 19 and 51 were 5 therefore 1 in 2719 every 10 respect 18 entitled 1 to 805 think 8 well 24 of 109 themselves 1 and 51 meanly 1 of 109 others 1 They 5 were 5 of 109 a 6799 respectable 1 family 2 in 2719 the 193 north 42 of 109 England 2 a 6799 circumstance 4 more 11 deeply 1 impressed 1 on 86 their 2 memories 1 than 22 that 11 their 2 brother's 1 fortune 8 and 51 their 2 own 9 had 11 been 1 acquired 1 by 57 trade 20 Mr 5 Bingley 0 inherited 1 property 2 to 805 the 193 amount 5 of 109 nearly 1 a 6799 hundred 10 thousand 7 pounds 1 from 2 his 43 father 12 who 79 had 11 intended 3 to 805 purchase 7 an 970 estate 3 but 82 did 23 not 85 live 43 to 805 do 814 it 67 Mr 5 Bingley 0 intended 3 it 67 likewise 1 and 51 sometimes 1 made 13 choice 5 of 109 his 43 county 3 but 82 as 509 he 962 was 93 now 10 provided 1 with 34 a 6799 good 28 house 87 and 51 the 193 liberty 2 of 109 a 6799 manor 4 it 67 was 93 doubtful 4 to 805 many 2 of 109 those 1 who 79 best 37 knew 1 the 193 easiness 2 of 109 his 43 temper 22 whether 1 he 962 might 9 not 85 spend 11 the 193 remainder 5 of 109 his 43 days 1 at 272 Netherfield 0 and 51 leave 14 the 193 next 2 generation 4 to 805 purchase 7 His 43 sisters 1 were 5 anxious 4 for 484 his 43 having 1 an 970 estate 3 of 109 his 43 own 9 but 82 though 12 he 962 was 93 now 10 only 1 established 1 as 509 a 6799 tenant 7 Miss 71 Bingley 0 was 93 by 57 no 896 means 1 unwilling 4 to 805 preside 10 at 272 his 43 table 27 nor 102 was 93 Mrs 1 Hurst 2 who 79 had 11 married 3 a 6799 man 342 of 109 more 11 fashion 10 than 22 fortune 8 less 19 disposed 1 to 805 consider 13 his 43 house 87 as 509 her 181 home 90 when 6 it 67 suited 1 her 181 Mr 5 Bingley 0 had 11 not 85 been 1 of 109 age 24 two 14 years 1 when 6 he 962 was 93 tempted 1 by 57 an 970 accidental 4 recommendation 3 to 805 look 14 at 272 Netherfield 0 House 87 He 962 did 23 look 14 at 272 it 67 and 51 into 26 it 67 for 484 half 23 an 970 hour 10 was 93 pleased 1 with 34 the 193 situation 3 and 51 the 193 principal 7 rooms 1 satisfied 1 with 34 what 14 the 193 owner 5 said 1 in 2719 its 2 praise 7 and 51 took 1 it 67 immediately 1 Between 1 him 9 and 51 Darcy 2 there 21 was 93 a 6799 very 1 steady 3 friendship 3 in 2719 spite 10 of 109 great 12 opposition 3 of 109 character 16 Bingley 0 was 93 endeared 1 to 805 Darcy 2 by 57 the 193 easiness 2 openness 2 and 51 ductility 2 of 109 his 43 temper 22 though 12 no 896 disposition 3 could 2 offer 10 a 6799 greater 1 contrast 5 to 805 his 43 own 9 and 51 though 12 with 34 his 43 own 9 he 962 never 3 appeared 1 dissatisfied 1 On 86 the 193 strength 10 of 109 Darcy's 1 regard 7 Bingley 0 had 11 the 193 firmest 1 reliance 2 and 51 of 109 his 43 judgement 0 the 193 highest 1 opinion 4 In 2719 understanding 4 Darcy 2 was 93 the 193 superior 5 Bingley 0 was 93 by 57 no 896 means 1 deficient 1 but 82 Darcy 2 was 93 clever 6 He 962 was 93 at 272 the 193 same 5 time 45 haughty 1 reserved 4 and 51 fastidious 4 and 51 his 43 manners 1 though 12 well 24 bred 1 were 5 not 85 inviting 2 In 2719 that 11 respect 18 his 43 friend 14 had 11 greatly 1 the 193 advantage 6 Bingley 0 was 93 sure 11 of 109 being 3 liked 1 wherever 1 he 962 appeared 1 Darcy 2 was 93 continually 1 giving 2 offense 3 The 193 manner 8 in 2719 which 2 they 5 spoke 14 of 109 the 193 Meryton 0 assembly 8 was 93 sufficiently 1 characteristic 4 Bingley 0 had 11 never 3 met 180 with 34 more 11 pleasant 9 people 4 or 333 prettier 1 girls 1 in 2719 his 43 life 44 everybody 2 had 11 been 1 most 3 kind 31 and 51 attentive 4 to 805 him 9 there 21 had 11 been 1 no 896 formality 2 no 896 stiffness 2 he 962 had 11 soon 3 felt 5 acquainted 1 with 34 all 162 the 193 room 22 and 51 as 509 to 805 Miss 71 Bennet 1 he 962 could 2 not 85 conceive 3 an 970 angel 27 more 11 beautiful 2 Darcy 2 on 86 the 193 contrary 2 had 11 seen 1 a 6799 collection 3 of 109 people 4 in 2719 whom 3 there 21 was 93 little 6 beauty 2 and 51 no 896 fashion 10 for 484 none 32 of 109 whom 3 he 962 had 11 felt 5 the 193 smallest 1 interest 6 and 51 from 2 none 32 received 1 either 1 attention 3 or 333 pleasure 5 Miss 71 Bennet 1 he 962 acknowledged 1 to 805 be 1200 pretty 3 but 82 she 199 smiled 1 too 50 much 2 Mrs 1 Hurst 2 and 51 her 181 sister 9 allowed 1 it 67 to 805 be 1200 so 797 but 82 still 13 they 5 admired 1 her 181 and 51 liked 1 her 181 and 51 pronounced 1 her 181 to 805 be 1200 a 6799 sweet 33 girl 14 and 51 one 19 whom 3 they 5 would 5 not 85 object 26 to 805 know 12 more 11 of 109 Miss 71 Bennet 1 was 93 therefore 1 established 1 as 509 a 6799 sweet 33 girl 14 and 51 their 2 brother 9 felt 5 authorized 1 by 57 such 2 commendation 3 to 805 think 8 of 109 her 181 as 509 he 962 chose 2 Chapter 3 Within 3 a 6799 short 62 walk 25 of 109 Longbourn 0 lived 1 a 6799 family 2 with 34 whom 3 the 193 Bennets 0 were 5 particularly 1 intimate 5 Sir 22 William 3 Lucas 1 had 11 been 1 formerly 1 in 2719 trade 20 in 2719 Meryton 0 where 21 he 962 had 11 made 13 a 6799 tolerable 1 fortune 8 and 51 risen 1 to 805 the 193 honour 0 of 109 knighthood 3 by 57 an 970 address 9 to 805 the 193 king 23 during 1 his 43 mayoralty 2 The 193 distinction 3 had 11 perhaps 1 been 1 felt 5 too 50 strongly 1 It 67 had 11 given 3 him 9 a 6799 disgust 7 to 805 his 43 business 13 and 51 to 805 his 43 residence 3 in 2719 a 6799 small 14 market 18 town 27 and 51 in 2719 quitting 1 them 9 both 8 he 962 had 11 removed 1 with 34 his 43 family 2 to 805 a 6799 house 87 about 1 a 6799 mile 15 from 2 Meryton 0 denominated 1 from 2 that 11 period 16 Lucas 1 Lodge 7 where 21 he 962 could 2 think 8 with 34 pleasure 5 of 109 his 43 own 9 importance 2 and 51 unshackled 1 by 57 business 13 occupy 2 himself 1 solely 1 in 2719 being 3 civil 15 to 805 all 162 the 193 world 12 For 484 though 12 elated 2 by 57 his 43 rank 19 it 67 did 23 not 85 render 7 him 9 supercilious 4 on 86 the 193 contrary 2 he 962 was 93 all 162 attention 3 to 805 everybody 2 By 57 nature 3 inoffensive 4 friendly 2 and 51 obliging 2 his 43 presentation 3 at 272 St 1910 James's 1 had 11 made 13 him 9 courteous 4 Lady 18 Lucas 1 was 93 a 6799 very 1 good 28 kind 31 of 109 woman 21 not 85 too 50 clever 6 to 805 be 1200 a 6799 valuable 3 neighbour 0 to 805 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 They 5 had 11 several 3 children 1 The 193 eldest 1 of 109 them 9 a 6799 sensible 3 intelligent 4 young 9 woman 21 about 1 twenty 2 seven 18 was 93 Elizabeth's 1 intimate 5 friend 14 That 11 the 193 Miss 71 Lucases 0 and 51 the 193 Miss 71 Bennets 0 should 7 meet 9 to 805 talk 18 over 596 a 6799 ball 77 was 93 absolutely 1 necessary 2 and 51 the 193 morning 3 after 48 the 193 assembly 8 brought 1 the 193 former 3 to 805 Longbourn 0 to 805 hear 76 and 51 to 805 communicate 3 You 29 began 1 the 193 evening 3 well 24 Charlotte 4 said 1 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 with 34 civil 15 self 11 command 21 to 805 Miss 71 Lucas 1 You 29 were 5 Mr 5 Bingley's 0 first 8 choice 5 Yes 16 but 82 he 962 seemed 1 to 805 like 22 his 43 second 16 better 7 Oh 17 you 29 mean 36 Jane 8 I 4330 suppose 4 because 1 he 962 danced 1 with 34 her 181 twice 1 To 805 be 1200 sure 11 that 11 did 23 seem 10 as 509 if 8 he 962 admired 1 her 181 indeed 1 I 4330 rather 2 believe 6 he 962 did 23 I 4330 heard 1 something 3 about 1 it 67 but 82 I 4330 hardly 1 know 12 what 14 something 3 about 1 Mr 5 Robinson 1 Perhaps 1 you 29 mean 36 what 14 I 4330 overheard 1 between 1 him 9 and 51 Mr 5 Robinson 1 did 23 not 85 I 4330 mention 5 it 67 to 805 you 29 Mr 5 Robinson's 0 asking 1 him 9 how 27 he 962 liked 1 our 3 Meryton 0 assemblies 1 and 51 whether 1 he 962 did 23 not 85 think 8 there 21 were 5 a 6799 great 12 many 2 pretty 3 women 5 in 2719 the 193 room 22 and 51 which 2 he 962 thought 11 the 193 prettiest 1 and 51 his 43 answering 1 immediately 1 to 805 the 193 last 7 question 16 'Oh 0 the 193 eldest 1 Miss 71 Bennet 1 beyond 1 a 6799 doubt 15 there 21 cannot 1 be 1200 two 14 opinions 1 on 86 that 11 point 22 ' 0 Upon 1 my 90 word 26 Well 24 that 11 is 124 very 1 decided 2 indeed 1 that 11 does 5 seem 10 as 509 if 8 but 82 however 1 it 67 may 49 all 162 come 36 to 805 nothing 5 you 29 know 12 My 90 overhearings 0 were 5 more 11 to 805 the 193 purpose 12 than 22 yours 3 Eliza 7 said 1 Charlotte 4 Mr 5 Darcy 2 is 124 not 85 so 797 well 24 worth 15 listening 1 to 805 as 509 his 43 friend 14 is 124 he 962 poor 11 Eliza 7 to 805 be 1200 only 1 just 24 tolerable 1 I 4330 beg 59 you 29 would 5 not 85 put 47 it 67 into 26 Lizzy's 1 head 140 to 805 be 1200 vexed 1 by 57 his 43 ill 84 treatment 3 for 484 he 962 is 124 such 2 a 6799 disagreeable 3 man 342 that 11 it 67 would 5 be 1200 quite 1 a 6799 misfortune 3 to 805 be 1200 liked 1 by 57 him 9 Mrs 1 Long 49 told 1 me 1041 last 7 night 61 that 11 he 962 sat 92 close 22 to 805 her 181 for 484 half 23 an 970 hour 10 without 1 once 2 opening 3 his 43 lips 8 Are 12 you 29 quite 1 sure 11 ma'am 1 is 124 not 85 there 21 a 6799 little 6 mistake 5 said 1 Jane 8 I 4330 certainly 1 saw 24 Mr 5 Darcy 2 speaking 2 to 805 her 181 Aye 4 because 1 she 199 asked 1 him 9 at 272 last 7 how 27 he 962 liked 1 Netherfield 0 and 51 he 962 could 2 not 85 help 23 answering 1 her 181 but 82 she 199 said 1 he 962 seemed 1 quite 1 angry 1 at 272 being 3 spoke 14 to 805 Miss 71 Bingley 0 told 1 me 1041 said 1 Jane 8 that 11 he 962 never 3 speaks 1 much 2 unless 1 among 1 his 43 intimate 5 acquaintances 3 With 34 them 9 he 962 is 124 remarkably 1 agreeable 3 I 4330 do 814 not 85 believe 6 a 6799 word 26 of 109 it 67 my 90 dear 15 If 8 he 962 had 11 been 1 so 797 very 1 agreeable 3 he 962 would 5 have 11 talked 1 to 805 Mrs 1 Long 49 But 82 I 4330 can 287 guess 16 how 27 it 67 was 93 everybody 2 says 1 that 11 he 962 is 124 eat 15 up 194 with 34 pride 6 and 51 I 4330 dare 15 say 7 he 962 had 11 heard 1 somehow 1 that 11 Mrs 1 Long 49 does 5 not 85 keep 11 a 6799 carriage 5 and 51 had 11 come 36 to 805 the 193 ball 77 in 2719 a 6799 hack 28 chaise 3 I 4330 do 814 not 85 mind 25 his 43 not 85 talking 1 to 805 Mrs 1 Long 49 said 1 Miss 71 Lucas 1 but 82 I 4330 wish 13 he 962 had 11 danced 1 with 34 Eliza 7 Another 1 time 45 Lizzy 2 said 1 her 181 mother 21 I 4330 would 5 not 85 dance 7 with 34 him 9 if 8 I 4330 were 5 you 29 I 4330 believe 6 ma'am 1 I 4330 may 49 safely 1 promise 4 you 29 never 3 to 805 dance 7 with 34 him 9 His 43 pride 6 said 1 Miss 71 Lucas 1 does 5 not 85 offend 7 me 1041 so 797 much 2 as 509 pride 6 often 4 does 5 because 1 there 21 is 124 an 970 excuse 4 for 484 it 67 One 19 cannot 1 wonder 17 that 11 so 797 very 1 fine 17 a 6799 young 9 man 342 with 34 family 2 fortune 8 everything 2 in 2719 his 43 favour 0 should 7 think 8 highly 1 of 109 himself 1 If 8 I 4330 may 49 so 797 express 25 it 67 he 962 has 41 a 6799 right 31 to 805 be 1200 proud 5 That 11 is 124 very 1 true 9 replied 1 Elizabeth 5 and 51 I 4330 could 2 easily 1 forgive 8 his 43 pride 6 if 8 he 962 had 11 not 85 mortified 1 mine 26 Pride 6 observed 1 Mary 13 who 79 piqued 1 herself 1 upon 1 the 193 solidity 2 of 109 her 181 reflections 1 is 124 a 6799 very 1 common 23 failing 3 I 4330 believe 6 By 57 all 162 that 11 I 4330 have 11 ever 33 read 49 I 4330 am 392 convinced 1 that 11 it 67 is 124 very 1 common 23 indeed 1 that 11 human 41 nature 3 is 124 particularly 1 prone 3 to 805 it 67 and 51 that 11 there 21 are 12 very 1 few 6 of 109 us 70 who 79 do 814 not 85 cherish 4 a 6799 feeling 4 of 109 self 11 complacency 2 on 86 the 193 score 19 of 109 some 30 quality 2 or 333 other 5 real 47 or 333 imaginary 1 Vanity 2 and 51 pride 6 are 12 different 11 things 1 though 12 the 193 words 5 are 12 often 4 used 1 synonymously 0 A 6799 person 33 may 49 be 1200 proud 5 without 1 being 3 vain 8 Pride 6 relates 1 more 11 to 805 our 3 opinion 4 of 109 ourselves 1 vanity 2 to 805 what 14 we 444 would 5 have 11 others 1 think 8 of 109 us 70 If 8 I 4330 were 5 as 509 rich 19 as 509 Mr 5 Darcy 2 cried 1 a 6799 young 9 Lucas 1 who 79 came 36 with 34 his 43 sisters 1 I 4330 should 7 not 85 care 47 how 27 proud 5 I 4330 was 93 I 4330 would 5 keep 11 a 6799 pack 29 of 109 foxhounds 1 and 51 drink 9 a 6799 bottle 10 of 109 wine 18 a 6799 day 27 Then 5 you 29 would 5 drink 9 a 6799 great 12 deal 13 more 11 than 22 you 29 ought 2 said 1 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 and 51 if 8 I 4330 were 5 to 805 see 70 you 29 at 272 it 67 I 4330 should 7 take 18 away 1 your 4 bottle 10 directly 1 The 193 boy 25 protested 1 that 11 she 199 should 7 not 85 she 199 continued 1 to 805 declare 6 that 11 she 199 would 5 and 51 the 193 argument 9 ended 1 only 1 with 34 the 193 visit 14 Chapter 3 The 193 ladies 1 of 109 Longbourn 0 soon 3 waited 1 on 86 those 1 of 109 Netherfield 0 The 193 visit 14 was 93 soon 3 returned 1 in 2719 due 21 form 68 Miss 71 Bennet's 0 pleasing 3 manners 1 grew 1 on 86 the 193 goodwill 2 of 109 Mrs 1 Hurst 2 and 51 Miss 71 Bingley 0 and 51 though 12 the 193 mother 21 was 93 found 18 to 805 be 1200 intolerable 1 and 51 the 193 younger 1 sisters 1 not 85 worth 15 speaking 2 to 805 a 6799 wish 13 of 109 being 3 better 7 acquainted 1 with 34 them 9 was 93 expressed 1 towards 1 the 193 two 14 eldest 1 By 57 Jane 8 this 6 attention 3 was 93 received 1 with 34 the 193 greatest 1 pleasure 5 but 82 Elizabeth 5 still 13 saw 24 superciliousness 2 in 2719 their 2 treatment 3 of 109 everybody 2 hardly 1 excepting 1 even 36 her 181 sister 9 and 51 could 2 not 85 like 22 them 9 though 12 their 2 kindness 3 to 805 Jane 8 such 2 as 509 it 67 was 93 had 11 a 6799 value 8 as 509 arising 1 in 2719 all 162 probability 2 from 2 the 193 influence 4 of 109 their 2 brother's 1 admiration 2 It 67 was 93 generally 1 evident 2 whenever 1 they 5 met 180 that 11 he 962 did 23 admire 6 her 181 and 51 to 805 her 181 it 67 was 93 equally 1 evident 2 that 11 Jane 8 was 93 yielding 2 to 805 the 193 preference 3 which 2 she 199 had 11 begun 1 to 805 entertain 12 for 484 him 9 from 2 the 193 first 8 and 51 was 93 in 2719 a 6799 way 27 to 805 be 1200 very 1 much 2 in 2719 love 29 but 82 she 199 considered 1 with 34 pleasure 5 that 11 it 67 was 93 not 85 likely 1 to 805 be 1200 discovered 1 by 57 the 193 world 12 in 2719 general 22 since 7 Jane 8 united 2 with 34 great 12 strength 10 of 109 feeling 4 a 6799 composure 2 of 109 temper 22 and 51 a 6799 uniform 8 cheerfulness 2 of 109 manner 8 which 2 would 5 guard 26 her 181 from 2 the 193 suspicions 1 of 109 the 193 impertinent 2 She 199 mentioned 1 this 6 to 805 her 181 friend 14 Miss 71 Lucas 1 It 67 may 49 perhaps 1 be 1200 pleasant 9 replied 1 Charlotte 4 to 805 be 1200 able 3 to 805 impose 6 on 86 the 193 public 18 in 2719 such 2 a 6799 case 25 but 82 it 67 is 124 sometimes 1 a 6799 disadvantage 6 to 805 be 1200 so 797 very 1 guarded 2 If 8 a 6799 woman 21 conceals 1 her 181 affection 5 with 34 the 193 same 5 skill 11 from 2 the 193 object 26 of 109 it 67 she 199 may 49 lose 5 the 193 opportunity 2 of 109 fixing 3 him 9 and 51 it 67 will 39 then 5 be 1200 but 82 poor 11 consolation 3 to 805 believe 6 the 193 world 12 equally 1 in 2719 the 193 dark 19 There 21 is 124 so 797 much 2 of 109 gratitude 2 or 333 vanity 2 in 2719 almost 1 every 10 attachment 3 that 11 it 67 is 124 not 85 safe 20 to 805 leave 14 any 17 to 805 itself 1 We 444 can 287 all 162 begin 8 freely 1 a 6799 slight 10 preference 3 is 124 natural 18 enough 2 but 82 there 21 are 12 very 1 few 6 of 109 us 70 who 79 have 11 heart 57 enough 2 to 805 be 1200 really 1 in 2719 love 29 without 1 encouragement 3 In 2719 nine 21 cases 1 out 365 of 109 ten 151 a 6799 woman 21 had 11 better 7 show 64 more 11 affection 5 than 22 she 199 feels 1 Bingley 0 likes 2 your 4 sister 9 undoubtedly 1 but 82 he 962 may 49 never 3 do 814 more 11 than 22 like 22 her 181 if 8 she 199 does 5 not 85 help 23 him 9 on 86 But 82 she 199 does 5 help 23 him 9 on 86 as 509 much 2 as 509 her 181 nature 3 will 39 allow 9 If 8 I 4330 can 287 perceive 3 her 181 regard 7 for 484 him 9 he 962 must 28 be 1200 a 6799 simpleton 3 indeed 1 not 85 to 805 discover 10 it 67 too 50 Remember 4 Eliza 7 that 11 he 962 does 5 not 85 know 12 Jane's 0 disposition 3 as 509 you 29 do 814 But 82 if 8 a 6799 woman 21 is 124 partial 6 to 805 a 6799 man 342 and 51 does 5 not 85 endeavour 0 to 805 conceal 10 it 67 he 962 must 28 find 10 it 67 out 365 Perhaps 1 he 962 must 28 if 8 he 962 sees 6 enough 2 of 109 her 181 But 82 though 12 Bingley 0 and 51 Jane 8 meet 9 tolerably 1 often 4 it 67 is 124 never 3 for 484 many 2 hours 1 together 3 and 51 as 509 they 5 always 1 see 70 each 1 other 5 in 2719 large 11 mixed 1 parties 1 it 67 is 124 impossible 2 that 11 every 10 moment 14 should 7 be 1200 employed 1 in 2719 conversing 1 together 3 Jane 8 should 7 therefore 1 make 17 the 193 most 3 of 109 every 10 half 23 hour 10 in 2719 which 2 she 199 can 287 command 21 his 43 attention 3 When 6 she 199 is 124 secure 6 of 109 him 9 there 21 will 39 be 1200 more 11 leisure 8 for 484 falling 1 in 2719 love 29 as 509 much 2 as 509 she 199 chooses 1 Your 4 plan 61 is 124 a 6799 good 28 one 19 replied 1 Elizabeth 5 where 21 nothing 5 is 124 in 2719 question 16 but 82 the 193 desire 6 of 109 being 3 well 24 married 3 and 51 if 8 I 4330 were 5 determined 2 to 805 get 13 a 6799 rich 19 husband 10 or 333 any 17 husband 10 I 4330 dare 15 say 7 I 4330 should 7 adopt 12 it 67 But 82 these 4 are 12 not 85 Jane's 0 feelings 1 she 199 is 124 not 85 acting 2 by 57 design 16 As 509 yet 4 she 199 cannot 1 even 36 be 1200 certain 5 of 109 the 193 degree 3 of 109 her 181 own 9 regard 7 nor 102 of 109 its 2 reasonableness 2 She 199 has 41 known 1 him 9 only 1 a 6799 fortnight 4 She 199 danced 1 four 26 dances 1 with 34 him 9 at 272 Meryton 0 she 199 saw 24 him 9 one 19 morning 3 at 272 his 43 own 9 house 87 and 51 has 41 since 7 dined 1 with 34 him 9 in 2719 company 2 four 26 times 10 This 6 is 124 not 85 quite 1 enough 2 to 805 make 17 her 181 understand 8 his 43 character 16 Not 85 as 509 you 29 represent 11 it 67 Had 11 she 199 merely 1 dined 1 with 34 him 9 she 199 might 9 only 1 have 11 discovered 1 whether 1 he 962 had 11 a 6799 good 28 appetite 3 but 82 you 29 must 28 remember 4 that 11 four 26 evenings 1 have 11 also 3 been 1 spent 1 together 3 and 51 four 26 evenings 1 may 49 do 814 a 6799 great 12 deal 13 Yes 16 these 4 four 26 evenings 1 have 11 enabled 1 them 9 to 805 ascertain 7 that 11 they 5 both 8 like 22 Vingt 0 un 1981 better 7 than 22 Commerce 2 but 82 with 34 respect 18 to 805 any 17 other 5 leading 2 characteristic 4 I 4330 do 814 not 85 imagine 3 that 11 much 2 has 41 been 1 unfolded 1 Well 24 said 1 Charlotte 4 I 4330 wish 13 Jane 8 success 13 with 34 all 162 my 90 heart 57 and 51 if 8 she 199 were 5 married 3 to 805 him 9 to 805 morrow 3 I 4330 should 7 think 8 she 199 had 11 as 509 good 28 a 6799 chance 20 of 109 happiness 2 as 509 if 8 she 199 were 5 to 805 be 1200 studying 1 his 43 character 16 for 484 a 6799 twelvemonth 3 Happiness 2 in 2719 marriage 6 is 124 entirely 1 a 6799 matter 7 of 109 chance 20 If 8 the 193 dispositions 1 of 109 the 193 parties 1 are 12 ever 33 so 797 well 24 known 1 to 805 each 1 other 5 or 333 ever 33 so 797 similar 5 beforehand 1 it 67 does 5 not 85 advance 7 their 2 felicity 2 in 2719 the 193 least 3 They 5 always 1 continue 3 to 805 grow 21 sufficiently 1 unlike 10 afterwards 1 to 805 have 11 their 2 share 22 of 109 vexation 3 and 51 it 67 is 124 better 7 to 805 know 12 as 509 little 6 as 509 possible 3 of 109 the 193 defects 1 of 109 the 193 person 33 with 34 whom 3 you 29 are 12 to 805 pass 66 your 4 life 44 You 29 make 17 me 1041 laugh 14 Charlotte 4 but 82 it 67 is 124 not 85 sound 29 You 29 know 12 it 67 is 124 not 85 sound 29 and 51 that 11 you 29 would 5 never 3 act 69 in 2719 this 6 way 27 yourself 1 Occupied 1 in 2719 observing 1 Mr 5 Bingley's 0 attentions 1 to 805 her 181 sister 9 Elizabeth 5 was 93 far 91 from 2 suspecting 1 that 11 she 199 was 93 herself 1 becoming 2 an 970 object 26 of 109 some 30 interest 6 in 2719 the 193 eyes 8 of 109 his 43 friend 14 Mr 5 Darcy 2 had 11 at 272 first 8 scarcely 1 allowed 1 her 181 to 805 be 1200 pretty 3 he 962 had 11 looked 1 at 272 her 181 without 1 admiration 2 at 272 the 193 ball 77 and 51 when 6 they 5 next 2 met 180 he 962 looked 1 at 272 her 181 only 1 to 805 criticise 0 But 82 no 896 sooner 1 had 11 he 962 made 13 it 67 clear 23 to 805 himself 1 and 51 his 43 friends 4 that 11 she 199 hardly 1 had 11 a 6799 good 28 feature 5 in 2719 her 181 face 19 than 22 he 962 began 1 to 805 find 10 it 67 was 93 rendered 1 uncommonly 1 intelligent 4 by 57 the 193 beautiful 2 expression 11 of 109 her 181 dark 19 eyes 8 To 805 this 6 discovery 2 succeeded 1 some 30 others 1 equally 1 mortifying 1 Though 12 he 962 had 11 detected 1 with 34 a 6799 critical 2 eye 57 more 11 than 22 one 19 failure 3 of 109 perfect 24 symmetry 2 in 2719 her 181 form 68 he 962 was 93 forced 1 to 805 acknowledge 3 her 181 figure 7 to 805 be 1200 light 42 and 51 pleasing 3 and 51 in 2719 spite 10 of 109 his 43 asserting 1 that 11 her 181 manners 1 were 5 not 85 those 1 of 109 the 193 fashionable 1 world 12 he 962 was 93 caught 1 by 57 their 2 easy 2 playfulness 2 Of 109 this 6 she 199 was 93 perfectly 1 unaware 4 to 805 her 181 he 962 was 93 only 1 the 193 man 342 who 79 made 13 himself 1 agreeable 3 nowhere 2 and 51 who 79 had 11 not 85 thought 11 her 181 handsome 6 enough 2 to 805 dance 7 with 34 He 962 began 1 to 805 wish 13 to 805 know 12 more 11 of 109 her 181 and 51 as 509 a 6799 step 48 towards 1 conversing 1 with 34 her 181 himself 1 attended 1 to 805 her 181 conversation 8 with 34 others 1 His 43 doing 3 so 797 drew 2 her 181 notice 8 It 67 was 93 at 272 Sir 22 William 3 Lucas's 0 where 21 a 6799 large 11 party 3 were 5 assembled 1 What 14 does 5 Mr 5 Darcy 2 mean 36 said 1 she 199 to 805 Charlotte 4 by 57 listening 1 to 805 my 90 conversation 8 with 34 Colonel 5 Forster 1 That 11 is 124 a 6799 question 16 which 2 Mr 5 Darcy 2 only 1 can 287 answer 8 But 82 if 8 he 962 does 5 it 67 any 17 more 11 I 4330 shall 12 certainly 1 let 50 him 9 know 12 that 11 I 4330 see 70 what 14 he 962 is 124 about 1 He 962 has 41 a 6799 very 1 satirical 2 eye 57 and 51 if 8 I 4330 do 814 not 85 begin 8 by 57 being 3 impertinent 2 myself 1 I 4330 shall 12 soon 3 grow 21 afraid 1 of 109 him 9 On 86 his 43 approaching 1 them 9 soon 3 afterwards 1 though 12 without 1 seeming 2 to 805 have 11 any 17 intention 5 of 109 speaking 2 Miss 71 Lucas 1 defied 1 her 181 friend 14 to 805 mention 5 such 2 a 6799 subject 11 to 805 him 9 which 2 immediately 1 provoking 2 Elizabeth 5 to 805 do 814 it 67 she 199 turned 1 to 805 him 9 and 51 said 1 Did 23 you 29 not 85 think 8 Mr 5 Darcy 2 that 11 I 4330 expressed 1 myself 1 uncommonly 1 well 24 just 24 now 10 when 6 I 4330 was 93 teasing 2 Colonel 5 Forster 1 to 805 give 15 us 70 a 6799 ball 77 at 272 Meryton 0 With 34 great 12 energy 2 but 82 it 67 is 124 always 1 a 6799 subject 11 which 2 makes 4 a 6799 lady 18 energetic 2 You 29 are 12 severe 7 on 86 us 70 It 67 will 39 be 1200 her 181 turn 46 soon 3 to 805 be 1200 teased 1 said 1 Miss 71 Lucas 1 I 4330 am 392 going 3 to 805 open 21 the 193 instrument 16 Eliza 7 and 51 you 29 know 12 what 14 follows 1 You 29 are 12 a 6799 very 1 strange 8 creature 3 by 57 way 27 of 109 a 6799 friend 14 always 1 wanting 1 me 1041 to 805 play 73 and 51 sing 52 before 2 anybody 2 and 51 everybody 2 If 8 my 90 vanity 2 had 11 taken 1 a 6799 musical 9 turn 46 you 29 would 5 have 11 been 1 invaluable 1 but 82 as 509 it 67 is 124 I 4330 would 5 really 1 rather 2 not 85 sit 29 down 90 before 2 those 1 who 79 must 28 be 1200 in 2719 the 193 habit 25 of 109 hearing 3 the 193 very 1 best 37 performers 1 On 86 Miss 71 Lucas's 0 persevering 1 however 1 she 199 added 1 Very 1 well 24 if 8 it 67 must 28 be 1200 so 797 it 67 must 28 And 51 gravely 1 glancing 1 at 272 Mr 5 Darcy 2 There 21 is 124 a 6799 fine 17 old 21 saying 3 which 2 everybody 2 here 31 is 124 of 109 course 10 familiar 12 with 34 'Keep 0 your 4 breath 27 to 805 cool 22 your 4 porridge' 1 and 51 I 4330 shall 12 keep 11 mine 26 to 805 swell 13 my 90 song 26 Her 181 performance 3 was 93 pleasing 3 though 12 by 57 no 896 means 1 capital 17 After 48 a 6799 song 26 or 333 two 14 and 51 before 2 she 199 could 2 reply 3 to 805 the 193 entreaties 1 of 109 several 3 that 11 she 199 would 5 sing 52 again 2 she 199 was 93 eagerly 1 succeeded 1 at 272 the 193 instrument 16 by 57 her 181 sister 9 Mary 13 who 79 having 1 in 2719 consequence 3 of 109 being 3 the 193 only 1 plain 27 one 19 in 2719 the 193 family 2 worked 1 hard 70 for 484 knowledge 4 and 51 accomplishments 1 was 93 always 1 impatient 2 for 484 display 6 Mary 13 had 11 neither 1 genius 3 nor 102 taste 15 and 51 though 12 vanity 2 had 11 given 3 her 181 application 3 it 67 had 11 given 3 her 181 likewise 1 a 6799 pedantic 2 air 129 and 51 conceited 4 manner 8 which 2 would 5 have 11 injured 1 a 6799 higher 2 degree 3 of 109 excellence 2 than 22 she 199 had 11 reached 1 Elizabeth 5 easy 2 and 51 unaffected 2 had 11 been 1 listened 1 to 805 with 34 much 2 more 11 pleasure 5 though 12 not 85 playing 1 half 23 so 797 well 24 and 51 Mary 13 at 272 the 193 end 92 of 109 a 6799 long 49 concerto 3 was 93 glad 30 to 805 purchase 7 praise 7 and 51 gratitude 2 by 57 Scotch 12 and 51 Irish 9 airs 18 at 272 the 193 request 6 of 109 her 181 younger 1 sisters 1 who 79 with 34 some 30 of 109 the 193 Lucases 0 and 51 two 14 or 333 three 12 officers 1 joined 1 eagerly 1 in 2719 dancing 2 at 272 one 19 end 92 of 109 the 193 room 22 Mr 5 Darcy 2 stood 1 near 15 them 9 in 2719 silent 6 indignation 2 at 272 such 2 a 6799 mode 57 of 109 passing 3 the 193 evening 3 to 805 the 193 exclusion 4 of 109 all 162 conversation 8 and 51 was 93 too 50 much 2 engrossed 1 by 57 his 43 thoughts 1 to 805 perceive 3 that 11 Sir 22 William 3 Lucas 1 was 93 his 43 neighbour 0 till 14 Sir 22 William 3 thus 1 began 1 What 14 a 6799 charming 2 amusement 3 for 484 young 9 people 4 this 6 is 124 Mr 5 Darcy 2 There 21 is 124 nothing 5 like 22 dancing 2 after 48 all 162 I 4330 consider 13 it 67 as 509 one 19 of 109 the 193 first 8 refinements 1 of 109 polished 1 society 2 Certainly 1 sir 22 and 51 it 67 has 41 the 193 advantage 6 also 3 of 109 being 3 in 2719 vogue 3 amongst 0 the 193 less 19 polished 1 societies 1 of 109 the 193 world 12 Every 10 savage 12 can 287 dance 7 Sir 22 William 3 only 1 smiled 1 Your 4 friend 14 performs 1 delightfully 1 he 962 continued 1 after 48 a 6799 pause 4 on 86 seeing 2 Bingley 0 join 16 the 193 group 15 and 51 I 4330 doubt 15 not 85 that 11 you 29 are 12 an 970 adept 6 in 2719 the 193 science 3 yourself 1 Mr 5 Darcy 2 You 29 saw 24 me 1041 dance 7 at 272 Meryton 0 I 4330 believe 6 sir 22 Yes 16 indeed 1 and 51 received 1 no 896 inconsiderable 1 pleasure 5 from 2 the 193 sight 17 Do 814 you 29 often 4 dance 7 at 272 St 1910 James's 1 Never 3 sir 22 Do 814 you 29 not 85 think 8 it 67 would 5 be 1200 a 6799 proper 9 compliment 6 to 805 the 193 place 29 It 67 is 124 a 6799 compliment 6 which 2 I 4330 never 3 pay 52 to 805 any 17 place 29 if 8 I 4330 can 287 avoid 8 it 67 You 29 have 11 a 6799 house 87 in 2719 town 27 I 4330 conclude 3 Mr 5 Darcy 2 bowed 1 I 4330 had 11 once 2 had 11 some 30 thought 11 of 109 fixing 3 in 2719 town 27 myself 1 for 484 I 4330 am 392 fond 17 of 109 superior 5 society 2 but 82 I 4330 did 23 not 85 feel 11 quite 1 certain 5 that 11 the 193 air 129 of 109 London 5 would 5 agree 11 with 34 Lady 18 Lucas 1 He 962 paused 1 in 2719 hopes 1 of 109 an 970 answer 8 but 82 his 43 companion 10 was 93 not 85 disposed 1 to 805 make 17 any 17 and 51 Elizabeth 5 at 272 that 11 instant 11 moving 2 towards 1 them 9 he 962 was 93 struck 1 with 34 the 193 action 4 of 109 doing 3 a 6799 very 1 gallant 6 thing 15 and 51 called 1 out 365 to 805 her 181 My 90 dear 15 Miss 71 Eliza 7 why 4 are 12 you 29 not 85 dancing 2 Mr 5 Darcy 2 you 29 must 28 allow 9 me 1041 to 805 present 20 this 6 young 9 lady 18 to 805 you 29 as 509 a 6799 very 1 desirable 3 partner 8 You 29 cannot 1 refuse 4 to 805 dance 7 I 4330 am 392 sure 11 when 6 so 797 much 2 beauty 2 is 124 before 2 you 29 And 51 taking 4 her 181 hand 137 he 962 would 5 have 11 given 3 it 67 to 805 Mr 5 Darcy 2 who 79 though 12 extremely 1 surprised 1 was 93 not 85 unwilling 4 to 805 receive 8 it 67 when 6 she 199 instantly 1 drew 2 back 182 and 51 said 1 with 34 some 30 discomposure 2 to 805 Sir 22 William 3 Indeed 1 sir 22 I 4330 have 11 not 85 the 193 least 3 intention 5 of 109 dancing 2 I 4330 entreat 8 you 29 not 85 to 805 suppose 4 that 11 I 4330 moved 1 this 6 way 27 in 2719 order 11 to 805 beg 59 for 484 a 6799 partner 8 Mr 5 Darcy 2 with 34 grave 28 propriety 2 requested 1 to 805 be 1200 allowed 1 the 193 honour 0 of 109 her 181 hand 137 but 82 in 2719 vain 8 Elizabeth 5 was 93 determined 2 nor 102 did 23 Sir 22 William 3 at 272 all 162 shake 19 her 181 purpose 12 by 57 his 43 attempt 5 at 272 persuasion 3 You 29 excel 13 so 797 much 2 in 2719 the 193 dance 7 Miss 71 Eliza 7 that 11 it 67 is 124 cruel 9 to 805 deny 2 me 1041 the 193 happiness 2 of 109 seeing 2 you 29 and 51 though 12 this 6 gentleman 3 dislikes 1 the 193 amusement 3 in 2719 general 22 he 962 can 287 have 11 no 896 objection 5 I 4330 am 392 sure 11 to 805 oblige 3 us 70 for 484 one 19 half 23 hour 10 Mr 5 Darcy 2 is 124 all 162 politeness 2 said 1 Elizabeth 5 smiling 2 He 962 is 124 indeed 1 but 82 considering 1 the 193 inducement 3 my 90 dear 15 Miss 71 Eliza 7 we 444 cannot 1 wonder 17 at 272 his 43 complaisance 2 for 484 who 79 would 5 object 26 to 805 such 2 a 6799 partner 8 Elizabeth 5 looked 1 archly 1 and 51 turned 1 away 1 Her 181 resistance 3 had 11 not 85 injured 1 her 181 with 34 the 193 gentleman 3 and 51 he 962 was 93 thinking 2 of 109 her 181 with 34 some 30 complacency 2 when 6 thus 1 accosted 1 by 57 Miss 71 Bingley 0 I 4330 can 287 guess 16 the 193 subject 11 of 109 your 4 reverie 3 I 4330 should 7 imagine 3 not 85 You 29 are 12 considering 1 how 27 insupportable 1 it 67 would 5 be 1200 to 805 pass 66 many 2 evenings 1 in 2719 this 6 manner 8 in 2719 such 2 society 2 and 51 indeed 1 I 4330 am 392 quite 1 of 109 your 4 opinion 4 I 4330 was 93 never 3 more 11 annoyed 1 The 193 insipidity 2 and 51 yet 4 the 193 noise 11 the 193 nothingness 2 and 51 yet 4 the 193 self 11 importance 2 of 109 all 162 those 1 people 4 What 14 would 5 I 4330 give 15 to 805 hear 76 your 4 strictures 1 on 86 them 9 Your 4 conjecture 4 is 124 totally 1 wrong 24 I 4330 assure 6 you 29 My 90 mind 25 was 93 more 11 agreeably 1 engaged 1 I 4330 have 11 been 1 meditating 1 on 86 the 193 very 1 great 12 pleasure 5 which 2 a 6799 pair 7 of 109 fine 17 eyes 8 in 2719 the 193 face 19 of 109 a 6799 pretty 3 woman 21 can 287 bestow 7 Miss 71 Bingley 0 immediately 1 fixed 2 her 181 eyes 8 on 86 his 43 face 19 and 51 desired 1 he 962 would 5 tell 16 her 181 what 14 lady 18 had 11 the 193 credit 12 of 109 inspiring 1 such 2 reflections 1 Mr 5 Darcy 2 replied 1 with 34 great 12 intrepidity 2 Miss 71 Elizabeth 5 Bennet 1 Miss 71 Elizabeth 5 Bennet 1 repeated 2 Miss 71 Bingley 0 I 4330 am 392 all 162 astonishment 2 How 27 long 49 has 41 she 199 been 1 such 2 a 6799 favourite 0 and 51 pray 9 when 6 am 392 I 4330 to 805 wish 13 you 29 joy 36 That 11 is 124 exactly 1 the 193 question 16 which 2 I 4330 expected 1 you 29 to 805 ask 6 A 6799 lady's 1 imagination 3 is 124 very 1 rapid 10 it 67 jumps 4 from 2 admiration 2 to 805 love 29 from 2 love 29 to 805 matrimony 2 in 2719 a 6799 moment 14 I 4330 knew 1 you 29 would 5 be 1200 wishing 1 me 1041 joy 36 Nay 6 if 8 you 29 are 12 serious 4 about 1 it 67 I 4330 shall 12 consider 13 the 193 matter 7 is 124 absolutely 1 settled 1 You 29 will 39 be 1200 having 1 a 6799 charming 2 mother 21 in 2719 law 45 indeed 1 and 51 of 109 course 10 she 199 will 39 always 1 be 1200 at 272 Pemberley 0 with 34 you 29 He 962 listened 1 to 805 her 181 with 34 perfect 24 indifference 2 while 4 she 199 chose 2 to 805 entertain 12 herself 1 in 2719 this 6 manner 8 and 51 as 509 his 43 composure 2 convinced 1 her 181 that 11 all 162 was 93 safe 20 her 181 wit 77 flowed 1 long 49 Chapter 3 Mr 5 Bennet's 0 property 2 consisted 1 almost 1 entirely 1 in 2719 an 970 estate 3 of 109 two 14 thousand 7 a 6799 year 19 which 2 unfortunately 1 for 484 his 43 daughters 1 was 93 entailed 1 in 2719 default 8 of 109 heirs 1 male 21 on 86 a 6799 distant 2 relation 7 and 51 their 2 mother's 1 fortune 8 though 12 ample 3 for 484 her 181 situation 3 in 2719 life 44 could 2 but 82 ill 84 supply 3 the 193 deficiency 2 of 109 his 43 Her 181 father 12 had 11 been 1 an 970 attorney 3 in 2719 Meryton 0 and 51 had 11 left 19 her 181 four 26 thousand 7 pounds 1 She 199 had 11 a 6799 sister 9 married 3 to 805 a 6799 Mr 5 Phillips 1 who 79 had 11 been 1 a 6799 clerk 7 to 805 their 2 father 12 and 51 succeeded 1 him 9 in 2719 the 193 business 13 and 51 a 6799 brother 9 settled 1 in 2719 London 5 in 2719 a 6799 respectable 1 line 36 of 109 trade 20 The 193 village 6 of 109 Longbourn 0 was 93 only 1 one 19 mile 15 from 2 Meryton 0 a 6799 most 3 convenient 2 distance 4 for 484 the 193 young 9 ladies 1 who 79 were 5 usually 1 tempted 1 thither 1 three 12 or 333 four 26 times 10 a 6799 week 20 to 805 pay 52 their 2 duty 2 to 805 their 2 aunt 6 and 51 to 805 a 6799 milliner's 1 shop 33 just 24 over 596 the 193 way 27 The 193 two 14 youngest 1 of 109 the 193 family 2 Catherine 2 and 51 Lydia 4 were 5 particularly 1 frequent 9 in 2719 these 4 attentions 1 their 2 minds 4 were 5 more 11 vacant 2 than 22 their 2 sisters' 0 and 51 when 6 nothing 5 better 7 offered 1 a 6799 walk 25 to 805 Meryton 0 was 93 necessary 2 to 805 amuse 6 their 2 morning 3 hours 1 and 51 furnish 6 conversation 8 for 484 the 193 evening 3 and 51 however 1 bare 19 of 109 news 71 the 193 country 12 in 2719 general 22 might 9 be 1200 they 5 always 1 contrived 1 to 805 learn 9 some 30 from 2 their 2 aunt 6 At 272 present 20 indeed 1 they 5 were 5 well 24 supplied 1 both 8 with 34 news 71 and 51 happiness 2 by 57 the 193 recent 6 arrival 3 of 109 a 6799 militia 6 regiment 8 in 2719 the 193 neighbourhood 0 it 67 was 93 to 805 remain 9 the 193 whole 26 winter 13 and 51 Meryton 0 was 93 the 193 headquarters 2 Their 2 visits 1 to 805 Mrs 1 Phillips 1 were 5 now 10 productive 4 of 109 the 193 most 3 interesting 2 intelligence 2 Every 10 day 27 added 1 something 3 to 805 their 2 knowledge 4 of 109 the 193 officers' 0 names 4 and 51 connections 1 Their 2 lodgings 2 were 5 not 85 long 49 a 6799 secret 25 and 51 at 272 length 14 they 5 began 1 to 805 know 12 the 193 officers 1 themselves 1 Mr 5 Phillips 1 visited 1 them 9 all 162 and 51 this 6 opened 1 to 805 his 43 nieces 1 a 6799 store 16 of 109 felicity 2 unknown 3 before 2 They 5 could 2 talk 18 of 109 nothing 5 but 82 officers 1 and 51 Mr 5 Bingley's 0 large 11 fortune 8 the 193 mention 5 of 109 which 2 gave 4 animation 3 to 805 their 2 mother 21 was 93 worthless 4 in 2719 their 2 eyes 8 when 6 opposed 1 to 805 the 193 regimentals 0 of 109 an 970 ensign 3 After 48 listening 1 one 19 morning 3 to 805 their 2 effusions 1 on 86 this 6 subject 11 Mr 5 Bennet 1 coolly 1 observed 1 From 2 all 162 that 11 I 4330 can 287 collect 30 by 57 your 4 manner 8 of 109 talking 1 you 29 must 28 be 1200 two 14 of 109 the 193 silliest 1 girls 1 in 2719 the 193 country 12 I 4330 have 11 suspected 1 it 67 some 30 time 45 but 82 I 4330 am 392 now 10 convinced 1 Catherine 2 was 93 disconcerted 1 and 51 made 13 no 896 answer 8 but 82 Lydia 4 with 34 perfect 24 indifference 2 continued 1 to 805 express 25 her 181 admiration 2 of 109 Captain 8 Carter 3 and 51 her 181 hope 16 of 109 seeing 2 him 9 in 2719 the 193 course 10 of 109 the 193 day 27 as 509 he 962 was 93 going 3 the 193 next 2 morning 3 to 805 London 5 I 4330 am 392 astonished 1 my 90 dear 15 said 1 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 that 11 you 29 should 7 be 1200 so 797 ready 2 to 805 think 8 your 4 own 9 children 1 silly 2 If 8 I 4330 wished 1 to 805 think 8 slightingly 0 of 109 anybody's 1 children 1 it 67 should 7 not 85 be 1200 of 109 my 90 own 9 however 1 If 8 my 90 children 1 are 12 silly 2 I 4330 must 28 hope 16 to 805 be 1200 always 1 sensible 3 of 109 it 67 Yes 16 but 82 as 509 it 67 happens 4 they 5 are 12 all 162 of 109 them 9 very 1 clever 6 This 6 is 124 the 193 only 1 point 22 I 4330 flatter 10 myself 1 on 86 which 2 we 444 do 814 not 85 agree 11 I 4330 had 11 hoped 1 that 11 our 3 sentiments 1 coincided 1 in 2719 every 10 particular 13 but 82 I 4330 must 28 so 797 far 91 differ 18 from 2 you 29 as 509 to 805 think 8 our 3 two 14 youngest 1 daughters 1 uncommonly 1 foolish 4 My 90 dear 15 Mr 5 Bennet 1 you 29 must 28 not 85 expect 20 such 2 girls 1 to 805 have 11 the 193 sense 8 of 109 their 2 father 12 and 51 mother 21 When 6 they 5 get 13 to 805 our 3 age 24 I 4330 dare 15 say 7 they 5 will 39 not 85 think 8 about 1 officers 1 any 17 more 11 than 22 we 444 do 814 I 4330 remember 4 the 193 time 45 when 6 I 4330 liked 1 a 6799 red 211 coat 12 myself 1 very 1 well 24 and 51 indeed 1 so 797 I 4330 do 814 still 13 at 272 my 90 heart 57 and 51 if 8 a 6799 smart 20 young 9 colonel 5 with 34 five 5 or 333 six 24 thousand 7 a 6799 year 19 should 7 want 13 one 19 of 109 my 90 girls 1 I 4330 shall 12 not 85 say 7 nay 6 to 805 him 9 and 51 I 4330 thought 11 Colonel 5 Forster 1 looked 1 very 1 becoming 2 the 193 other 5 night 61 at 272 Sir 22 William's 0 in 2719 his 43 regimentals 0 Mamma 9 cried 1 Lydia 4 my 90 aunt 6 says 1 that 11 Colonel 5 Forster 1 and 51 Captain 8 Carter 3 do 814 not 85 go 500 so 797 often 4 to 805 Miss 71 Watson's 0 as 509 they 5 did 23 when 6 they 5 first 8 came 36 she 199 sees 6 them 9 now 10 very 1 often 4 standing 3 in 2719 Clarke's 1 library 2 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 was 93 prevented 1 replying 1 by 57 the 193 entrance 6 of 109 the 193 footman 2 with 34 a 6799 note 16 for 484 Miss 71 Bennet 1 it 67 came 36 from 2 Netherfield 0 and 51 the 193 servant 3 waited 1 for 484 an 970 answer 8 Mrs 1 Bennet's 0 eyes 8 sparkled 1 with 34 pleasure 5 and 51 she 199 was 93 eagerly 1 calling 3 out 365 while 4 her 181 daughter 4 read 49 Well 24 Jane 8 who 79 is 124 it 67 from 2 What 14 is 124 it 67 about 1 What 14 does 5 he 962 say 7 Well 24 Jane 8 make 17 haste 8 and 51 tell 16 us 70 make 17 haste 8 my 90 love 29 It 67 is 124 from 2 Miss 71 Bingley 0 said 1 Jane 8 and 51 then 5 read 49 it 67 aloud 1 MY 90 DEAR 15 FRIEND 14 If 8 you 29 are 12 not 85 so 797 compassionate 2 as 509 to 805 dine 9 to 805 day 27 with 34 Louisa 2 and 51 me 1041 we 444 shall 12 be 1200 in 2719 danger 7 of 109 hating 1 each 1 other 5 for 484 the 193 rest 110 of 109 our 3 lives 4 for 484 a 6799 whole 26 day's 1 t 6034 te 887 t 6034 te 887 between 1 two 14 women 5 can 287 never 3 end 92 without 1 a 6799 quarrel 11 Come 36 as 509 soon 3 as 509 you 29 can 287 on 86 receipt 5 of 109 this 6 My 90 brother 9 and 51 the 193 gentlemen 1 are 12 to 805 dine 9 with 34 the 193 officers 1 Yours 3 ever 33 CAROLINE 1 BINGLEY 0 With 34 the 193 officers 1 cried 1 Lydia 4 I 4330 wonder 17 my 90 aunt 6 did 23 not 85 tell 16 us 70 of 109 that 11 Dining 1 out 365 said 1 Mrs 1 Bennet 1 that 11 is 124 very 1 unlucky 1 Can 287 I 4330 have 11 the 193 carriage 5 said 1 Jane 8 No 896 my 90 dear 15 you 29 had 11 better 7 go 500 on 86 horseback 2 because 1 it 67 seems 1 likely 1 to 805 rain 31 and 51 then 5 you 29 must 28 stay 7 all 162 night 61 That 11 would 5 be 1200 a 6799 good 28 scheme 7 said 1 Elizabeth 5 if 8 you 29 were 5 sure 11 that 11 they 5 would 5 not 85 offer 10 to 805 send 10 her 181 home 90 Oh 17 but 82 the 193 gentlemen 1 will 39 have 11 Mr 5 Bingley's 0 chaise 3 to 805 go 500 to 805 Meryton 0 and 51 the 193 Hursts 0 have 11 no 896 horses 7 to 805 theirs 1 I 4330 had 11 much 2 rather 2 go 500 in 2719 the 193 coach 11 But 82 my 90 dear 15 your 4 father 12 cannot 1 spare 11 the 193 horses 7 I 4330 am 392 sure 11 They 5 are 12 wanted 1 in 2719 the 193 farm 25 Mr 5 Bennet 1 are 12 they 5 not 85 They 5 are 12 wanted 1 in 2719 the 193 farm 25 much 2 oftener 1 than 22 I 4330 can 287 get 13 them 9 But 82 if 8 you 29 have 11 got 14 them 9 to 805 day 27 said 1 Elizabeth 5 my 90 mother's 1 purpose 12 will 39 be 1200 answered 1 She 199 did 23 at 272 last 7 extort 14 from 2 her 181 father 12 an 970 acknowledgment 3 that 11 the 193 horses 7 were 5 engaged 1 Jane 8 was 93 therefore 1 obliged 1 to 805 go 500 on 86 horseback 2 and 51 her 181 mother 21 attended 1 her 181 to 805 the 193 door 41 with 34 many 2 cheerful 6 prognostics 1 of 109 a 6799 bad 33 day 27 Her 181 hopes 1 were 5 answered 1 Jane 8 had 11 not 85 been 1 gone 4 long 49...
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