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Persuasion Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

Charles and Mary return to Uppercross after the Musgroves take a trip to visit Louisa. Charles and Mary call on Lady Russell and Anne soon after their return. They speak of Louisa's condition. She is doing much better and is sitting up by herself. The talk quickly turns to Captain Benwick. Anne has formed a friendship with Captain Benwick, who is mourning the death of his fiancé. Captain Benwick could not stop speaking of Anne and the books that she recommended. Charles likes him very much and he and Anne agree that Lady Russell would like him too. Mary, on the other hand, does not like Captain Benwick. She is upset by the fact that Captain Benwick seems to like her sister more than he likes her. Lady Russell will soon have the opportunity to form her own opinion, since Charles tells the group that Captain Benwick...

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