Lady Susan - Letters 25 - 33 Summary & Analysis

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In a letter from Lady Susan to Mrs. Johnson, Lady Susan praises how she dealt with her problem and details what happened with Reginald from her perspective. She convinced him everything was a misunderstanding and bluffed, claiming she should leave instead of him. She berates his insolent spirit and takes satisfaction in taming him. She tells Mrs. Johnson she has various schemes and has not decided whether to marry him or tease him forever. She still intends to force Frederica to marry Sir James. Lady Susan will be taking a vacation from Churchill to meet her friend Mrs. Johnson in London.

Mrs. Johnson writes back to tell Lady Susan to come, but to leave Frederica behind because she drags Lady Susan down. She informs Lady Susan that Mr. Manwaring is still obsessed with her and desires to see her. The women contrive to...

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