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Margaret Hale sits in the back drawing room at her Aunt Shaw's house in Harley Street, London. The narrative explains her cousin Edith is engaged to Captain Lennox and is likely to move to Corfu. Margaret will go back to her parents. She wants to explain her plans for the future, but Edith is sleeping on the sofa. They have just come from a big dinner and at the front of the room, her Aunt Shaw talks to some society ladies about her daughter's impending marriage. She calls over Edith, and Margaret goes over to say she is resting. Aunt Shaw asks Margaret to fetch her cousin's shawls from the servant. On her return, a servant announces Henry Lennox, a good friend of Margaret's. Henry and Margaret talk of Margaret's village in Helstone in the new forest and Margaret describes it as one of the most beautiful...

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