Lady Susan - Letters 34 - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Reginald writes to Lady Susan bidding her goodbye. He tells her that he has it from indisputable authority that the rumors about her are true. He says all he needs to tell her to make her understand is: “Langford”, the home of the Manwarings. He admits he loved her but will not give her the satisfaction of his anguish. Lady Susan responds that she is astonished. The word “Langford” means nothing to her. She tells him she explained everything to him well enough. Mrs. Manwaring is jealous, Lady Susan claims, and bids Reginald come meet her so she can straighten everything out. The thought of losing him destroys her.

Reginald writes back, resenting her writing to him at all. He re-iterates how every rumor he's heard about her must be true. Her perverse abilities were a spell that deceived him. He maligns...

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