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Sense and Sensibility - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

The chapter starts with the Dashwoods going to visit Lady Middleton. Marianne stays behind, and when her mother and sisters return they find her upset and crying and Willoughby preparing to leave. He tells the ladies he is leaving for London, and that he cannot return to Mrs. Smith's house. Elinor urges him to return to someone else's house or to the cottage, and he makes a brief comment about not being able to enjoy their company any longer before he rushes out. Elinor suspects something serious has bothered him, but her mother assures her that it is probably just that the aged Mrs. Smith does not approve of his relationship with Marianne. Elinor asks for proof of their engagement, and her mother remains unflappable in her belief that Willoughby will return soon. Elinor hopes this will happen, and agrees that her suspicions may just have been...

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