Pride and Prejudice commences with a conversation between Mr.and Mrs.Bennet. Mrs.Bennet has heard from an acquaintance,Mrs.Long, that Netherfield Park, a local mansion, has been rented to Mr.Bingley, a young man with large fortune. She reveals to her husband her plans; she hopes for Mr.Bingley to be a potential husband for one of their daughters. She insists that her husband must visit Mr.Bingley as soon as he moves in ; otherwise she and their daughters will not be able to visit Mr. Bingley. Mr.Bennet teases his wife and declines, saying that he will be pleased to send Mr Bingley a note saying the he gives his permision for Mr Bingley to wed any one of his daughters he chooses . Mrs.Bennet, not understanding that she is being teased, tries to make him reconsider but is unsuccessful. Mrs.Bennet is displeased with him and complains about her many problems she has and how much she suffers . Mr.Bennet, jokingly says he'll visit twenty young men, if they come to the neighbourhood.
'Pride and Prejudice'<~~book titles need to be in italics, not in single or double quotation marks commences<~~Are you trying to imitate old English? Use the word "begins" instead! with a conservation between Mr. and Mrs.Bennet. Mrs.Bennet has heard, from and<~~?? acquaintance; one Mrs.Long, that Netherfield Park, a local mansion, is let at last.<~~Some of this wording is directly from the first chapter, but you haven't put it in quotation marks to indicate that. Please go over your entire summary and make sure that the whole thing is in YOUR OWN WORDS. Then repost and I'll take another look. Mr.Bingley, a young man with large fortune, is the new tenant of Netherfield Park. She reveals to her husband her plans; she hopes for Mr.Bingley to be a potential husband for one of their daughters. She insists he must visit Mr.Bingley as soon as he comes otherwise it will be unacceptable for her and their daughters to visit. Mr.Bennet declines. Mrs.Bennet tries to make him reconsider but is unsuccessful; he provokes her and tells her he'll send a few lines of assurance of his consent to marrying whichever daughter. Mrs.Bennet is displeased with him and complains about her suffrances. Mr.Bennet, jokingly, says he'll visit twenty young men, if they come to the neighbourhood.
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