Mansfield Park - Study Guide Chapter 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Rushworth is already at Sotherton, and he meets his guests at the door. The group eats a lavish mid-day meal in the dining room. Mr. Rushworth is most concerned about Mr. Crawford's opinion of the grounds and wants to know how he would like to proceed with the tour. Mrs. Rushworth wants to show the house to Maria, and Maria is delighted to look at her future home.

When they come to the chapel, Fanny tells Edmund that she is disappointed by the chapel. It does not seem dignified enough for worship. But she is thrilled with the rest of the house, and she becomes Mrs. Rushworth's chief listener during the tour because the others are unimpressed by large houses, having spent so much time in many. Mrs. Rushworth tells how this chapel was once in use both morning and evening for prayers and...

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