Chapter 17: Lizzy and Darcy go public. Highlights include the difference between human and dog kisses, Darcy's landscaping, wingman Bingley, is Kitty sick?, and Darcy's height.Chapter 18: Lizzy and Darcy talk about their feelings some more. Lizzy writes a letter to Mrs. Gardiner. Highlights include
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Chapter 17: Lizzy and Darcy go public. Highlights include the difference between human and dog kisses, Darcy's landscaping, wingman Bingley, is Kitty sick?, and Darcy's height.Chapter 18: Lizzy and Darcy talk about their feelings some more. Lizzy writes a letter to Mrs. Gardiner. Highlights include Lady Catherine's lack of social awareness, Lizzy tearing Caroline apart, Daddy Bennet's reply to Collins, and Charlotte leaving bad vibes behind.Chapter 19: Where are they now? Highlights include a first person narrator, Litty Kitty, justice for Mary, Jane and Bingley trying to kick Lickham out, and Georgie and Darcy learning to be more fun. Study Questions: Topics discussed include why this is one of the most enduring love stories of all time, how Austen created the bond between Lizzy and Darcy, how elements of the book aged poorly, the fact that Jane Austen was a wealthy white woman, our favorite/least favorite parts of the book, our favorite/least favorite characters, and the title.Funniest Quote: "I admire all my three son-in-laws highly. Wickham, perhaps, is my favorite, but I think I shall like your husband quite as well as Jane's."Questions moving forward: Will Keira or Colin win? How will this translate on screen?Who wins the BOOK? Elizabeth Bennet!Glossary of Terms and Phrases:insipid (adj.): lacking vigor or interesteuphemism (n): a mild or indirect word or expression substituted for one considered to be too harsh or blunt when referring to something unpleasant or embarrassing.Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Mean Girls, Fiddler on the Roof, Brooklyn 99, Tiger King, The OfficeWant to keep up with us between episodes?Website: podandprejudice.comInstagram: @podandprejudiceTwitter: @podandprejudiceFacebook: Pod and PrejudicePatreon: patreon.com/podandprejudice