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Emma - Study Guide Volume 2 Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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As the absence of Mr. Churchill sinks in, Emma begins to talk herself out of love with him, and remakes her vow to remain single. She spends a great deal of time crafting their relationship in her head, but always ending it only in friendship and never anything more.

A letter arrives at Randalls from Mr. Churchill and Emma is allowed to read it in its entirety. She is mentioned in the letter quite often, in warm tones. Harriet is mentioned briefly as Emma's beautiful little friend. After reading the letter, Emma is further convinced that she is not really in love with Mr. Churchill at all.

In fact, she begins to wonder if there couldn't be a possibility of matching Harriet with Mr. Churchill, since he referred to her so nicely in the letter. However, poor Harriet is still very much in love with...

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