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Persuasion Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

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Chapter 7 Summary

A few days later, Captain Wentworth arrives at Kellynch Hall. In a week, he will dine at Uppercross. The day before the planned dinner, Mary's eldest boy has a bad fall. Although there are some tense moments, the boy shows signs of improvement and will be fine after all. He does, however, require a lot of bed rest. Charles believes that nursing children back to health is women's work, so he goes to the dinner. Mary feels that she will do no good at the boy's side (and she is right), so Anne volunteers to stay with her nephew while Mary also joins the dinner.

The next day, Anne briefly meets Frederick. Their first reunion is nothing more than a curtsy and a bow. Captain Frederick Wentworth has never forgiven Anne for throwing what they had away. Although he has never met anyone who compared to her...

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