Sense and Sensibility - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

In this chapter we learn that Mrs. Jennings has a home in Portman Square in London. She invites Marianne and Elinor to go with her, and they decline at first. Their mother quickly says that they can go, so they start to prepare even though they will miss their mother. Marianne plans to see Willoughby in the city and starts to become excited about their trip. Elinor is less enthusiastic but is happy that her sister will get a chance to talk to Willoughby again. While both sisters are worried about having to spend a large block of time with Mrs. Jennings, Marianne's desire to see Willoughby, and Elinor's carefully considered desire to support her sister, overcome both of their objections.

Chapter 25 Analysis

This chapter serves as a further reminder of the differences between the two sisters. Marianne has a single purpose and is entirely motivated by...

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