Pride and Prejudice

what accounts for darcy's civil behavior toward elizabeth and the gardiners?

and how does this affect elizabeth?

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Darcy is usually a gentleman in public. This time, however, his feelings for Elizabeth are more pronounced. He has already been rebuked once by Elizabeth for not acting in "a gentlemanlike manner." He really wants to make a better impression on her.