Sense and Sensibility - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

Elinor tells her sister Colonel Brandon's story, and Marianne accepts the truth of Willoughby's guilt. Marianne also starts being friendlier to Brandon, but Elinor is still worried that she is somewhat depressed. Mrs. Dashwood writes back and urges the sisters to stay in London so that Marianne will not be reminded of Willoughby. She also hopes that they will see John and Fanny Dashwood when they visit London.

Elinor is very careful to keep her friends from ever mentioning Willoughby to Marianne, but when she is not around they express surprise at Willoughby's behavior. Mrs. Palmer tells Elinor about the upcoming wedding, and Colonel Brandon keeps visiting often. Mrs. Jennings is surprised that he is still quiet and serious, but Elinor is pleased that her sister is starting to look at him with some affection. Just a few weeks after Willoughby's letter, Elinor tells Marianne that he...

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