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In Chapter 13 of Volume II, what can be inferred from Elizabeth's "rejoicing" in missing Colonel Fitzwilliam's visit?
She doubts Colonel Fitzwilliam's integrity and is glad of missing his duplicity.
She is exhausted from the emotional turmoil of the evening and morning and only wants to rest.
Darcy's letter has caused her to consider her faults and see past her simple infatuations.
Darcy's letter has caused her to generate a strong resentment of any member of his family.
She has been shamed by Darcy's letter and feels herself unworthy of such noble company.