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Emma Chapter Summary & Analysis - Volume 3 Chapter 3 Summary

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Volume 3 Chapter 3 Summary

The next day dawns and Emma happily recalls her evening. Mr. Knightley's agreement with her on the Eltons and his kindness to Harriet seem to put everything between them on the right setting again. Mr. Churchill had stated he would not be able to visit her before leaving for Richmond, which suited Emma just perfectly. She was all set to have a perfectly wonderful summer with everything in its place.

However, as she gets ready to go take care of her two nephews, Harriet and Mr. Churchill come in through the gate. Harriet is very upset and is leaning heavily on Mr. Churchill. She gives an account of harrowing trial with gypsies and how she was unable to get away from them. The whole group surrounded her demanding money, and she was very much alone and frightened. Mr. Churchill, who was on his way to...

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