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Emma - Study Guide Volume 2 Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Emma discusses the upcoming ball with Mr. Knightley, who doesn't seem to care one way or another if it takes place at all. Instead of arguing the point with him she resolves to put his quarrelsomeness out of her mind and focus on the big event.

Two days later while Emma is eating breakfast, she receives a note from Mrs. Weston. The note states that Mr. Weston received a letter from Mr. Churchill, Frank's uncle that he must return immediately as his aunt is very ill.

The ball is called off and Mr. Churchill stops at Hartfield before he leaves. He wonders if he will ever be able to return, but promises Emma that there will be a ball when he does. He seems on the verge of saying something very important to her, but Emma steers the conversation in hopes of avoiding it. Mr...

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