Sense and Sensibility - Study Guide Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

During the next few days Marianne becomes even more depressed, and starts to lose track of time and becomes forgetful. She and Elinor accompany Lady Middleton to a party, where Elinor sees Willoughby with a "fashionable looking young woman." Marianne sees him too and wonders why he does not come over to talk to them. When he finally does come over, he ignores Marianne and talks to Elinor. Marianne asks why he has not responded to her letters, and Willoughby hurries off. Marianne feels faint and sick, and Elinor gets Lady Middleton to help her take Marianne home. Elinor then considers what happened between Willoughby and Marianne, and reflects that her situation is somewhat better because she and Edward can at least still be friendly to one another.

Chapter 28 Analysis

The incident at the party marks the end of the relationship between Marianne and Willoughby...

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