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Emma - Volume 3 Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3 Chapter 14 Summary

Emma and Mr. Knightley return to the house for tea, and he leaves shortly after. Emma is now left to reflect on what has happened and what it means for her future. Since her father is an invalid, she determines that she must remain engaged until his death and not marry until this occurs.

Harriet enters her mind and she sits down to write Harriet a letter. Emma is successful in getting Isabella to take Harriet in for a while to remove her from the situation until Emma can figure out what to do.

A letter arrives from Randalls containing a long letter of explanation from Mr. Churchill, which Mrs. Weston wants Emma to read. She sits down immediately and pores over the very long letter, feeling much better about the situation after finishing it.

Volume 3 Chapter 14 Analysis

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