Mansfield Park - Chapters 33, 34, 35, 36, and 37 Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Crawford is not ready to give up. He is very much in love and believes that if he perseveres, Fanny will give in at last, and Sir Thomas also believes that Fanny will fall in love with Crawford in the end. Because her manner is so gentle, Mr. Crawford feels that there is reason to hope. She doesn't want to hurt his feelings, but she is firm. When he doesn't give up, however, Fanny becomes angry.

Edmund returns and has heard nothing yet of Mr. Crawford's proposal and Fanny's refusal. He has extended his trip two weeks in order to avoid Miss Crawford, but he encounters Mr. and Miss Crawford walking in the village before he even arrives home. After dinner, Sir Thomas and Edmund speak privately together, and Fanny knows they are talking about her and her refusal of Mr. Crawford. What she...

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