The structure of this text consists of the dialogues of the characters alternating with the author’s speech. This structure helps the readers immerse themselves in the situation by explaining the characters’ experiences. This text describes the dance and dialogue of two characters, Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy. Moreover, one can learn from the passage that Mr. Darcy is not pleasant to Elizabeth, and this is explained by the author and formulated by the plot.
Such conditions turn ordinary dialogue into a play on words when Elizabeth tries to annoy Mr. Darcy. The events of this passage can be contingently divided into three parts, namely the beginning of the dance, the conversation during the measure, and the end of the dance. In each part, the author, with the help of dialogues and direct speech, helps the reader to find out all the subtleties of the relationship between the characters and the rest of the heroes.