Pride and Prejudice

how does Mr. Bingley's absence from Netherfield and his almost certain rejection of Jane emphasize the importance of adhering to the rules of social decorum for a young woman?


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Jane is heart broken but she certainly can't make a scene of it. The man holds most the cards, so to speak, when he comes from a rich family and the girl from a "lesser" family.