The Jane Austen Quiz - Further Particulars of Pride and Prejudice\u0026quot;If a woman conceals her affection with the same skill from the object of it, she may lose the opportunity of fixing him; and it will then be but poor consolation to believe the world equally in the dark.\u0026quot; Which character says this about Jane\u0026#39;s responses to Bingley? \u0026quot;You will have a charming mother-in-law, indeed, and of course she will be always at Pemberley with you.\u0026quot; Which character teases Mr Darcy with these words?Mr Hurst is quite surprised by Elizabeth\u0026#39;s choice of evening activity while she is at Netherfield - he finds it shocking that she should prefer reading rather than doing what?In an attempt to distract Mrs Bennet from talking about Jane\u0026#39;s past admirers when she came to visit Jane and Elizabeth at Netherfield, what does Elizabeth declare to be an excellent tool in \u0026quot;driving away love\u0026quot;?\u0026quot;He begged pardon for having displeased her. In a softened tone she declared herself not at all offended; but he continued to apologise for about a quarter of an hour.\u0026quot; As referred to in this quote, what did Mr Collins do to offend Mrs Bennet on their first evening at Longbourn?Upon hearing of Charlotte and Mr Collins\u0026#39; engagement, what does Lady Lucas almost immediately start calculating?\u0026quot;“We have dined nine times at Rosings, besides drinking tea there twice! How much I shall have to tell!”Elizabeth added privately, “____________”\u0026quot; What is Elizabeth\u0026#39;s unspoken response to Maria\u0026#39;s declaration as they leave Hunsford to travel home?“Mrs. Bennet, before you take any or all of these houses for your son and daughter, let us come to a right understanding. Into one house in this neighbourhood they shall never have admittance. I will not encourage the impudence of either, by receiving them at Longbourn.” Mr Bennet lets Mrs Bennet wonder aloud about which house Lydia and Wickham should have once they are married, and Mr Bennet waits until what before giving her the above response?\u0026quot;Pray forgive me if I have been very presuming, or at least do not punish me so far as to exclude me from P. I shall never be quite happy till I have been all round the park. A low phaeton, with a nice little pair of ponies, would be the very thing.\u0026quot; Who includes in their letter to Elizabeth this hint at the expected marriage of Elizabeth to Mr Darcy?In chapter 57, Mr Bennet learns of the (at that time untrue) rumour that Mr Darcy is soon to marry Elizabeth. Who does he learn of it from?Not to worry, it was a very tough quiz. Better luck next week! In the meantime, why not practice your letter writing skills with our Jane Austen Calligraphy Set.You must know Pride and Prejudice inside-out and back-to-front! Very well done. Why not cheer to your success with our Jane Austen Hip Flask!