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Also available as: Epub pdf mobi lit txt. Elizabeth Bennet pounded her pillow in vexation.


Lydia Bennet later Lydia Wickham is the youngest child of Mr. She is sister-in-law to Charles Bingley and Fitzwilliam Darcy. She is a distant cousin of William Collinsa clergyman. Lydia was born in June and is 15 at the start of the novel.

Lydia is her mother's favorite child and Mrs. Bennet adores and spoils her. Bennet did not take it upon himself to properly raise her, so she was allowed into society far earlier than what would be deemed appropriate—as usually the younger sisters don't have their come-out before the elder are married. Bingley's arrival in Hertfordshire does not excite Lydia as it does for other female members of her family; her excitement lying more toward officers than gentlemen.

She became acquainted with Mr. Wickham while he stayed in Hertfordshire, but didn't show any particular interest in him. She somehow managed to browbeat Mr. Bingley into hosting a private ball at Netherfield Park and was ecstatic that it would include officers. Bennet allows Lydia to travel to Brighton with Colonel and Mrs. Forstermuch to Elizabeth's disapproval and dismay. However, Colonel Forster later finds out that Wickham was running away to avoid his gambling debts, and led Lydia to believe they were going to Gretna.

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It is obvious to the rest of her family that Wickham never intends to marry her, but she is always under the impression that he will. They're shocked later when Mrs. Bennet's brother, Mr. Gardinerwrites back and says he has found Lydia and Wickham, and they will marry soon. Bennet and Elizabeth are shocked that Wickham is marrying her for so little, and deduce that Mr.

Gardiner paid Wickham's debts and bribed him to marry Lydia. Lydia returned home, as insufferable as before. She gloated incessantly about her status as a married woman to all the neighbors in town, and even told her eldest sister that she was more important due to her marriage.

While gloating to Elizabeth about her marriage, she carelessly mentioned that Mr. Darcy was at her wedding, even though she was supposed to keep it a secret. Elizabeth later found out that Darcy was the one who found the couple, and offered to take Lydia home without creating a scandal. Lydia, unapologetic, refused to leave Wickham, so Darcy instead bribed Wickham by paying off his debts and getting him a commission in a northern regiment so he would marry Lydia.

The move saved the Bennet family from disgrace.

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Lydia and Wickham left Longbournand went to Newcastle, where Wickham would take up his commission. When Lydia found out about Elizabeth's marriage to Mr. Darcy, she wrote and asked her sister for money. Elizabeth wrote back, refusing to give her any money. Lydia and Wickham never changed, spending more than they had and moving around constantly, to avoid paying their debts and looking for a cheap residence.

Whenever they moved, Elizabeth or Jane would pay off the debts they left behind. However, both couples couldn't bear to be around the errant couple for long, and would send them away. Lydia is described as a strong, healthy, well-grown female, with a fine complexion and a good-humored countenance. She also claims to be the tallest of the five sisters, though she is the youngest. Lydia is bold, brash, reckless, and spoiled. She is also silly, flirtatious and girlish past propriety, as Darcy points out to her sister. She runs off with Wickham while not caring about the possible repercussions; social ruin of the entire family and destitution.

Because she is just like her mother in her manners, Lydia was over-indulged from infancy, as she was Mrs. Bennet's favorite child, and her father neglected her. Bennet never taught her to restrain herself as he should have, having retreated by then into his books, leaving his wife to the management of their daughters.

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Even Elizabeth, her own second-oldest sister, views her as "vain, ignorant, idle, and absolutely uncontrolled", as well as a 'determined flirt', which made her, and even her family, an object of ridicule at times.

In fact, Elizabeth believes that because of her multitude of flaws, all Lydia has to recommend herself are her youth, her health, and her good humor. Jane Austen, the author of the novel, also wrote that Lydia has "high animal spirits, and a sort of natural self-consequence" which has been strengthened into self-assurance.

It has been speculated that this is Jane Austen's way of pointing out the characteristics of some of the naive debutantes in her era, and satirizing them. The Jane Austen Wiki Explore.

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I only hope they may have half my good luck. They must all go to Brighton. That is the place to get husbands.

What a pity it is, mamma, that we did not all go. Bennet, with her sisters within hearing [1].

I am going to Gretna Green, and if you cannot guess with who, I shall think you a simpleton, for there is but one man in the world I love, and he is an angel. I should never be happy without him, so think it no harm to be off.

You need not send them word at Longbourn of my going, if you do not like it, for it will make the surprise the greater, when I write to them and my name Lydia Wickham. What a good joke it will be! I can hardly write for laughing. Reprint Universal Conquest Wiki.

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