She is so angry at Darcy that she gives herself a headache, which keeps her from visiting Rosings that night. Wickham, who rapidly befriends Elizabeth and tells her a sob story about how Mr. Finally, just before dawn, she gets up and goes for a walk outside. She's really pretty, and she's really nice, so it kind of makes sense that he would like her. They are the Gardiner family.
He invites Elizabeth and her Aunt and Uncle to dine with them. Elizabeth continues to impress Darcy during her time nursing Jane at Netherfield. He then turns his attention to Elizabeth and makes a ridiculous proposal of marriage to her. After Jane recovers, she returns home with Elizabeth. How it happens is kind of interesting: Elizabeth is hanging out with her aunt and uncle touring around the countryside, and they end up going for a tour of Darcy's fancy house, which is called Pemberley. There is more of the love theme in the relationships in Pride and Prejudice, but in My Sister's Keeper, it is all revolved around their family and the struggle's that they are facing not only with Jesse being involved with drugs and dangerous scenarios, but with Kate and Anna. They all voice their general admiration for Jane and share the belief that Bingley is attracted to her.
She repents but never hopes to have his affections. She ends her tirade by saying that she would not marry him even if he were the last man on the earth. He ignores her on the last day. He dances the first dance with Lucas, the Bennets's neighbor and Elizabeth's best friend, but he seems to be most interested in Jane, with whom he dances twice and talks frequently. I really liked the way this book is written, because each chapter is a different character talking. Bennet is very happy to have one of her daughters married.
Elizabeth realizes that Fitzwilliam is referring to Bingley and Jane. Big mistake, as we'll find out soon. Elizabeth travels too: she's off to visit the newly married Charlotte, who seems to be holding up well. Bennet's cousin and heir, visits the Bennets in search of a marriageable daughter. Anna's parents, Brian and Sara, decided to have Anna made that way because nobody else could help Kate by giving her things that she didn't have, like certain cells, cord blood, and other things that her body needed to survive. Collins starts talking about his compliments and how he plans them out in advance and stuff.
Bennett thinks he's a wackjob. She is happy that at least one of her daughters is getting married. Collins pays a visit to Longbourn with the intention of proposing marriage to one of the Bennet daughters. Bingley returns and proposes to Jane, and she accepts with the whole family listening intently at the door, of course. Why would he possibly do that? The film ends with the happy couple sharing a quiet moment alone.
At the dinner, Wickham sits next to her and tells her why he dissed Darcy. He also purposely meets her during her daily walks through the nearby gardens. Elizabeth takes pity on him and almost falls in love. Then Charlotte Lucas neighbor comes over. His pompous manners and his bloated rhetoric disgust everyone, except Mrs. He dotes on her, but she hardly even looks at him or speaks to him.
Darcy and Miss Bingley stare with an air of superiority, Mr. Elizabeth, good-looking but not as beautiful as her sister, has a sharp wit and prides herself on her keen sense of perception. Shortly thereafter, however, a letter arrives from home, telling Elizabeth that Lydia has eloped with Wickham and that the couple is nowhere to be found, which suggests that they may be living together out of wedlock. On their way, the travelers stop to visit Jane and the Gardiners. Elizabeth sometimes has too much pride in herself and how she can never be wrong.
Darcy acknowledges that his pride made him act rudely. However, Darcy failed to fulfill his father's dying wishes and left Wickham to support himself. Her sisters listening at the door as usual are delighted that she turned down the pompous ass. The novel finally ends on a note of reconciliation with all of the characters trying to forgive and forget past insults. Kitty, another sister, is all right but kind of boring; you forget about her. Gardiner tracks them down, Wickham demands his debts be paid off in return for marrying Lydia.
Gardiner tell Lizzie that Darcy had come to talk to them, seemed to be a very gracious person, and had invited them all to come back to Pemberley the next day, so that Mr. While Darcy goes to London on business, Lady Catherine visits Elizabeth, warning her not to marry Darcy. Bennet , a hyperexcitable woman obsessed with getting at least one of her daughters into a financially advantageous marriage. They laugh until they cannot catch their breath. In the meantime, Darcy leaves on a short business trip to London.