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Emma - Volume 2 Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2 Chapter 10 Summary

Emma and Mrs. Weston join Mr. Churchill at the Bates' residence and Mr. Churchill is busy fixing Mrs. Bates' broken glasses. Mr. Churchill begins to unmercifully taunt Miss Fairfax to get her to reveal the true donor of the piano, and Emma chastises him in whispers. However, Miss Fairfax blushes quite readily with Mr. Churchill's pointed comments and the two are left to wonder if she really is guilty of having an affair with Mr. Dixon.

Mr. Knightley arrives but does not come in. Instead, Miss Bates goes out to thank him for the generous gift of apples that he sent over the day before. It turns out that he has been left without any apples at all, which makes Emma quite curious about his motives.

Volume 2 Chapter 10 Analysis

This forced visit does not seem to appeal to Emma, and she leaves at the first...

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