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Emma Chapter Summary & Analysis - Volume 3 Chapter 15 Summary

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Volume 3 Chapter 15 Summary

Mr. Knightley returns and Emma asks him to read the letter she received from Mrs. Weston. He would rather take it home with him, but after some persuasion he does, while remarking on his thoughts of Mr. Churchill. He has not changed his mind on the character of Mr. Churchill, but Emma thinks more highly of him after reading his explanation.

After finishing the letter, Mr. Knightley begins to frankly discuss their situation and the plans that they need to make. Emma reveals that she cannot marry while her father is still alive, so they discuss the problems of moving him to Donwell Abbey, which will not do.

Mr. Knightley decides that instead of moving them, he will move in with them and they will all reside at Hartfield. Emma mentions that William Larkin will certainly not approve of this arrangement, but what else could...

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