Sense and Sensibility - Study Guide Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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The chapter begins with the Dashwood sisters and Mrs. Jennings heading out for a shopping trip. While they are out they encounter their brother, John Dashwood, who promises to pay a call on them the next day. He notes that Edward has told them about how charming and small Barton Cottage is. John comes to visit them the next day, and apologizes for Fanny not coming with him. Colonel Brandon also visits, and John is curious about him. He takes Elinor with him to the Middletons, and congratulates her for finding a good mate in Brandon. Elinor expresses surprise, but John assures her that Brandon is interested in her and adds that Fanny and her mother would be happy to see her married.

Elinor asks whether Edward will be married, and John says that his mother has arranged a marriage with the wealthy Miss Morton. He notes...

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