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Persuasion - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Anne spends her remaining two days at Uppercross comforting and assisting Mr. and Mrs. Musgrove. She is happy that she is truly needed. Then Lady Russell arrives to take Anne back to the apartments on the Kellynch grounds where Anne will stay before continuing on to Bath. Anne admits to herself that it is hard to keep up with Lady Russell's musings on Bath, her father and Elizabeth, when she would much rather think of Louisa and Captain Wentworth's friends. Anne has not thought much of either her father or Elizabeth while she has been at Uppercross. Lady Russell says that Anne is looking quite lovely. There is a new healthful glow to the young woman.

After a few days, Lady Russell and Anne call on the Crofts at Anne's former home. Anne feels as if no one could have cared for the home better. She likes...

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