Mansfield Park - Chapters 29, 30, 31, and 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 29, 30, 31, and 32 Summary

Breakfast is a quick affair the next morning, and then William and Mr. Crawford are gone. Later in the morning, Edmund leaves them for a week, and the house is quiet with Fanny being the only young person left. She feels very melancholy and tries to speak with Lady Bertram about the ball, but Lady Bertram is disinterested and boring.

Julia will not be returning to Mansfield Park any time soon, for she has asked permission to go to town for the season with Maria, and Sir Thomas thinks this is best for both sisters. Mary Crawford is still at the parsonage, however, and Mary and Fanny visit later in the week. Mary has begun to feel badly about the way she treated Edmund at the ball, and she asks Fanny when he will be back. She also asks about the family Edmund is staying...

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