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Emma - Study Guide Volume 3 Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Emma returns home to find Harriet and Mr. Knightley sitting with her father. It is obvious at first that Mr. Knightley has still not forgiven her for her rudeness to Miss Bates. However, when her father informs him that she was just visiting Miss Bates, Mr. Knightley warms towards Emma and all is forgiven. He seems about to kiss her hand, but stops before accomplishing this.

Mr. Knightley reveals that he will be visiting his brother and Isabella for a time and will be leaving right away. He leaves for the evening and Mr. Woodhouse is quite upset with the news of Mr. Knightley's impending journey. Emma tries to soften this blow by telling her father about Miss Fairfax's new position as a governess.

The shocking news of Mrs. Churchill's death arrives in Highbury. Although no one was fond of the woman, they all do...

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