Chapter 9: Lydia and Wickham visit the Bennets. We find out that Mr. Darcy was at the wedding, and Lizzy writes a letter to Mrs. Gardiner demanding answers. Highlights include Becca's dancing skills and Lydia's pear-shaped diamond.Chapter 10: Lizzy receives a letter back from Mrs. Gardiner. She tell
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Chapter 9: Lydia and Wickham visit the Bennets. We find out that Mr. Darcy was at the wedding, and Lizzy writes a letter to Mrs. Gardiner demanding answers. Highlights include Becca's dancing skills and Lydia's pear-shaped diamond.Chapter 10: Lizzy receives a letter back from Mrs. Gardiner. She tells her that it was DARCY who paid off Wickham's debts and got him to marry Lydia. Lizzy and Wickham get closure. Highlights include Darcy's ulterior motives, the return of Mrs. Younge, swooning on a chaise lounge, and Lizzy's saucy speech.Chapter 11: Lickham leaves, to be replaced by Bingley! Darcy comes with Bingley, and it's uncomfortable for everyone. Highlights include Daddy Bennet: King of Sarcasm, Darcy and Bingley on a single horse, Mr. What's-his-name, and awkward run-ins with your ex.Study Questions: Topics discussed include Lydia and Wickham's relationship, why Darcy did what he did, the evolution of Lizzy's feelings for Darcy, Lizzy's last conversation with Wickham, and the return of Jingley.Funniest Quote: "Well, any friend of Mr. Bingley's will always be welcome here, to be sure, but else I must say that I hate the very sight of him." -Mrs. BennetQuestions Moving Forward: Will Lickham survive? Will it be revealed that Darcy paid Wickham off? When will Jingley happen? What's gonna happen at dinner?Who wins the chapters? Baby boy Darcy!Glossary of Terms and Phrases:cogent (adj.): clear, logical, and convincingcurricle (n): a light, open, two-wheeled carriageimpudence (n): impertinentliberality (n): the ability to give and spend freelyphaeton (n): a light, open, four-wheeled carriagescruple (v): to hesitateGlossary of People, Places, and Things: The Lion King, Dancing at Lughnasa, Sex and the CityWant to keep up with us between episodes?Website: podandprejudice.comTwitter: @podandprejudiceInstagram: @podandprejudiceFacebook: Pod and PrejudicePatreon: patreon.com/podandprejudice