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Everyone arrives at the ball at Netherfield
Mr. Bingley impresses everyone with his outgoing and likable personality
Darcy refused Bingley's suggestion that he danced with Elizabeth
They are discussing Mr. Bingley's attentions to Jane, and Jane admits that she found him to be attractive and charming and was flattered by his admiration of her.
Elizabeth comments on the difference between her temperament and Jane's, noting that Jane always looks for the good in people, a quality that sometimes blinds her to people's faults.
They differ in their perceptions of the ball, but they all agree on Jane's beauty and sweet disposition.
Elizabeth's resentment of Darcy's proud nature stems from his wounding her own pride.
Charlotte Lucas visits Elizabeth
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