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Emma - Study Guide Volume 3 Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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June arrives at Highbury and everyone is in good spirits. However, Mr. Knightley seems to be growing to dislike Mr. Churchill, while everyone else seems to like him more. Mr. Knightley has noticed that Mr. Churchill has made Emma his object of affection, and this concerns Mr. Knightley greatly. He has also noticed that Mr. Knightley appears to be trifling with Miss Fairfax.

A chance for him to further observe the situation is granted when he, Mr. And Mrs. Weston, Mr. Churchill, Miss Bates and Miss Fairfax all meet up by the gates at Hartfield. Emma invites them in to tea and Mr. Knightley does his best to eavesdrop on the conversation. Mr. Churchill notices Mr. Perry riding by and mentions that Mrs. Weston told him in a letter that Perry will be purchasing his own carriage. Mrs. Weston denies this and it is obvious...

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