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Emma - Study Guide Volume 3 Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Harriet arrives back in Highbury and she reconciles with Emma. They are both quite happy now with their matches. It is revealed that Harriet is the daughter of a tradesman who is very well off, and as such Harriet will not need to be removed from the society at Highbury.

Harriet and Mr. Martin are the first of the three couples to wed, while it announced that Mr. Churchill and Miss Fairfax would marry in November. That leaves Emma and Mr. Knightley to set a date.

Mr. Woodhouse is still not quite resigned to the idea, but a rash of poultry house robbing finally makes up his mind. He will feel much safer with Mr. Knightley around and consents to the wedding. Emma and Mr. Knightley are wed at the close of the chapter, and Mrs. Elton gets in one last barb regarding the accoutrements...

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