Sense and Sensibility - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

The chapter starts with the whole group excited about their outing to Whitwell. Before they leave, though, Colonel Brandon receives a letter, which causes him to become upset. He announces his plan to leave for town, which will mean the cancellation of the outing to Whitwell. After he leaves, Mrs. Jennings gossips that he has gone to town to visit his illegitimate daughter Miss Williams. The group decides to go on a carriage ride through the countryside, and Marianne and Willoughby end up together in a separate coach. While the rest of the group tours they visit Willoughby's home. Later Elinor chastises her for entering a house alone with Willoughby, and Marianne responds by describing many of the rooms in the house and what she and Willoughby plan to do with them.

Chapter 13 Analysis

Austen introduces a bit of mystery to the character of Colonel Brandon through...

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