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Mansfield Park Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 20 and 21 Summary

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Chapters 20 and 21 Summary

Edmund goes to his father first thing the next morning to explain about the play. He says that they're all to blame except for Fanny. Sir Thomas speaks with Mrs. Norris and expresses disappointment that she did not dissuade the young people from such an ill-advised scheme. Mrs. Norris disarms him by changing the subject repeatedly and flattering his vanity.

The following morning, Mr. Crawford appears at Mansfield Park before breakfast and is introduced to Sir Thomas. Maria is thrilled to see him and anxious to introduce the man she loves to her father, but she soon realizes that his only reason for visiting is to tell them that he is leaving the parsonage for quite some time. He has some business to attend to and will be going to Bath with his uncle. Two hours later, he is gone from the parsonage, and Maria...

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