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Within the novel Austen has used Jane and Mr Bingley as the subplot to the book Austen shows how Jane and Mr Bingley need to get together before Elizabeth and Darcy could In chapter thirty three we see how Lizzy is speaking to Colonel Fitzwilliam We see how he discusses with her how Mr Darcy is in fact heroic because he saved a close friend from a bad marriage he congratulated himself on having lately saved a friend from the inconveniences of a most imprudent marriage but without mentioning names or any other particulars and I only suspected it to be Bingley from believing him the kind of young man to get into a scrape of that sort This quote shows irony because Colonel Fitzwilliam doesnt realise that he is discusses Jane Elizabeths sister Colonel Fitzwilliam let Lizzy hear about how Mr Darcy halted their marriage without realising how well Lizzy knew Jane This chapter gives Austen the opening for Mr Darcy to explain himself and why he stopped the marriage of Mr Bingley and Jane Bennet The chapter also fuels Lizzys resentment towards Darcy and makes Lizzy even more aware of her strong feelings against Mr Darcy Elizabeth made no answer and walked on her heart swelling with indignation This shows us how annoyed and how Lizzy had a lot of fury at this point at Darcys behaviour she is so cross because she feels like the readers that Mr Bingley and Jane were a well matched couple Austen made her character someone who the reader could relate with over this lost relationship We see how Mr Darcy feels very strongly about how Bingley should not marry down we also know that Darcy feels strongly about marring down in status because of how he behaves around Lizzy From chapter eleven we could see that Mr Darcy had a likening towards Lizzy but he never admitted it to anyone except for when he
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