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Lady Catherine de Bourgh
Lady Catherine de Bourgh
Lady Catherine and Elizabeth in the more simple Hertfordshire by C. E. Brock, 1895
Lady Catherine and Elizabeth in the more simple Hertfordshire by C. E. Brock, 1895
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Title page of the first edition, 1813
Title page of the first edition, 1813
Mr Darcy says Elizabeth is "not handsome enough to tempt him" to dance. (Artist: C.E. Brock, 1895)
Mr Darcy says Elizabeth is "not handsome enough to tempt him" to dance. (Artist: C.E. Brock, 1895)
Elizabeth and Mr Darcy by Hugh Thomson, 1894
Elizabeth and Mr Darcy by Hugh Thomson, 1894
In a letter to Cassandra dated May 1813, Jane Austen describes a picture she saw at a gallery which was a good likeness of "Mrs Bingley" – Jane Bennet
In a letter to Cassandra dated May 1813, Jane Austen describes a picture she saw at a gallery which was a good likeness of "Mrs Bingley" – Jane Bennet. Deirdre Le Faye in The World of Her Novels suggests that "Portrait of Mrs Q" is the picture Austen was referring to. (pp. 201–203)