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Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice(1940)

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Quotes

  • Caroline Bingley  

    "... and her sisters Jane and Elizabeth were seen running down Market Street in an attempt to escape their disgrace." Isn't that exquisitely funny Mr. Darcy?

  • Mr. Darcy  

    Exquisitely. Just think how you would roar with laughter if it happened to yourself.

  • Mr. Darcy  

    You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.

  • Mr. Bennett  

    An unhappy alternative is before you, Elizabeth. Your mother will never see you again if you do not marry Mr. Collins. And I will never see you again if you do.

  • Mr. Bennet  

    Well, we're hoping Elizabeth can manage to catch a cold of her own and stay long enough to get engaged to Mr. Darcy. Then, if a good snowstorm could be arranged, we'd send Kitty over. But if a young man should happen to be in the house -- a young man who likes singing, of course, who can discuss philosophy -- Mary could go. Then, if a dashing young soldier in a handsome uniform should appear for Lydia, everything would be perfect, my dear.

  • Lydia Bennet  

    Has anybody heard how Jane is this morning?

  • Mrs. Bennet  

    Eh, Mr. Bingley sent a note over by his groom. She's much better. Such a happy idea of mine sending her off in the rain.

  • Mr. Bennet  

    Yes, but to Jane must go all the credit for having caught the cold, my dear.