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Emma - Volume 2 Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2 Chapter 18 Summary

Mr. Churchill's arrival is announced to be sometime in May since his aunt was ordered to move to a warmer climate and has selected London. This means that Mr. Churchill will be able to visit them very often.

Mrs. Elton goes on and on about the Churchills while Mr. Weston looks for an escape. Her incessant comparisons of everything at Highbury to her old place of residence, Maple Grove, continue.

Tea is served and everyone breaks off into their own groups. Mr. And Mrs. Weston play cards with Mr. Woodhouse and Mr. Elton. This leaves Mrs. Elton in want of attention, which no one seems to want to provide.

Mr. John Knightley takes this time to speak with Emma regarding his sons, who will be staying behind with the Woodhouses after he leaves the next day. He is worried that they will be a bother...

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