After returning Mr. Bennet's visit, Mr.Bingley invites the Bennets to a ball. The Bennets arrive at the ball to meet Bingley and his relatives/friends.
How you doing, girl?
Mr.Bingley is a handsome and gentleman-like man. He is dazzled by all of the women. He wishes to dance and socialize the entire night.
I think he likes me!
You should try and socialize
You got the best one
Mr.Darcy, a friend of Mr.Bingley, is a very wealthy and handsome man. He also possessed qualities that were not very desirable. He isolated himself as he was uncomfortable to be in a "rural," area.
There is an immediate connection between Jane and Mr.Bingley. She was attracted to him and he was attracted to her. Jane is the only woman to have had two dances with Bingley.
As Darcy refuses to dance with any other women, besides Bingley's sisters, Bingley tries to convine him to dance with other. He claims that Elizabeth was beautiful. Darcy thinks otherwise claiming Bingley got the most handsome one.
Mr.Darcy looks at Elizabeth and then to Bingley. He claims that she is not good enough for him. As Elizabeth was insulted, she did not let this bother her and continued to have a good night.