The Reaction Among Miss Bingley And Others
Miss Bennet (Jane and Elizabeth)
¸Mr. Darcy
Miss Bingley: She is rather handsome, had been educated in one of the first private seminaries in town, had a fortune of twenty thousand pounds, were in habit of spending more than she ought, and of associating with people of rank; and was therefore in every respect entitled to think well of herself, and meanly of others.(page 11)
Miss Bennet (Jane and Elizabeth)
       Miss Bingley is very polite to Jane. She shows care and greet to Jane in front of  others, while at the same time Elizabeth feels that Miss Bingley is not sincere. It is out of politeness that Miss Bingley treats Jane and Elizabwth well. Once Miss Bingley has conflicts with Elizabeth in being noticed by Mr. Darcy, she begins to speak illness of Elizabeth. For example, on pages 24 and 25. When Jane got so sick that she stayed at the Netherfield, Elizabeth walked about three miles to see her. "I shall never forget her appearance this morning. She really looked almost wild......It seems to me to show an abominable sort of conceited independence, a most country town indifference to decorum." said Miss Bingley. She criticized Elizabeth to be very bad,a mixture of pride and impertinence. In her eyes, Elizabeth had no conversation, no style, no taste, no beauty. Miss Bingley tried her best to ruin Mr. Darcy's admiration of Elizabeth's fine eyes.

Mr. Darcy
       Take practical factors into considerations, Miss Bingley "thinks " that it is apporpriate for Mr. Darcy's being her husband. They have similar social status, good education and well-brone bachground. Miss Bingley regards it as natural to marry to Mr. Darcy, who is a handsome man with a good fortune. She tries to meet Mr. Darcy's needs and to attract his attention. On page 38, "Miss Bingley's attention was quite as much  engaged in watching Mr. Darcy's progress through his book, as in reading her own; and she was perpetually either makins some enquiry, or looking at his page. She could not win him, however, to any conversation; he merely answered her question, and read on." Miss Bingley makes use of her advantage to show her elegance. But that is a sort of disguise to find a rich husband. However, Mr. Darcy doesn't like this kind of mask. Mr. Darcy is falling in lovewithElizabeth's sepciality, and the more Miss Bingley tries to show her noblity, the moreMr.Darcy likes Elizabeth's simplity and nature.