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Why is Lydia's elopement particularly disturbing to Jane and Elizabeth?
The arrangement of Lydia's marriage leaves the family in a precarious situation financially.
Lydia's elopement discredits Mr. Bennet's reputation.
Jane and Elizabeth recognize the precarious situation her impropriety places on them as women without fortunes.
Jane and Elizabeth are considered spinsters now that they have a younger sister married.
Lydia's marriage to Mr. Wickham damages the family's status as landed gentry.