why does darcy intervene to provide for wickham and lydia? A) He is sure that elizabeth will marry him if she knows what he has don

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why does darcy intervene to provide for wickham and lydia?
A) He is sure that elizabeth will marry him if she knows what he has done.
B)He knows that the lady Catherine will approve of his charity to the bennets C)he feels responsible for them because he kept wickhams nature a secret D)He regrets his assessments of mrs.bennet and wants to relieve her distress. In

Mr. Collins view, marriage is primarily ______
A) A selfish endeavor
B)An irrational decision
C) A romantic relationship
D) A social contract

At the end of pride and prejudice, Darcy can best be described as
A)proud
B)humble
C)disrespectful
D)vulgar

When Elizabeth hears from Darcy housekeeper that she is has never had a cross word from him Elizabeth realizes that _____
A) Mr. Darcy has never understood her
B) she has never given Mr. Darcy a fair chance
C) the hous

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  1. Abigail
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    2022-04-12T06:07:32+00:00

    In Pride and prejudice, written in 1813 by Jane Austen, Mr Darcy intervines to provide because C)he feels responsible for them because he kept wickhams nature a secret.

    Mr collinu00b4s benefactor asked him to find a wife, thatu00b4s why he sees marriage as D) Social contract.

    Mr Darcy, by the end of the book has shown that he is lovely, and caring for Elizabeth and her family, he shows himself as a B)Humble man

    When Elizabeth hears from Darcy housekeeper that she is has never had a cross word from him Elizabeth realizes that B) she has never given Mr. Darcy a fair chance and that she might been missjudging him, she realizes how kind he is with all the people around him.

  2. Daisy
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    2022-04-12T06:08:02+00:00

    1 is C, 2 is D, 3 is B, 4 is B

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