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Written by Nasima
(2/11/2004 2:46 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, "Large" is a subjective term, penned by B. Michelle
I think in chapter 3 we know that Bingley has five sisters:
..."that instead of twelve he had brought only six with him from London -- his five sisters and a cousin. And when the party entered the assembly room it..."
so I think if all the sisters are invited and if there are a married ones like Mrs. Hurst who brought their husbands with them , and may be their elder children, and Bingleys cousin who is mentioned above with probably his wife , this for sure be a large party of men and women!
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