Sense and Sensibility - Study Guide Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Braced by her husband's confidence in them, Fanny comes to visit both Mrs. Jennings and Lady Middleton the very next day. Fanny likes Lady Middleton and Mrs. Jennings, but Mrs. Jennings does not particularly care for her. Elinor wants to know about Edward, but Fanny does not volunteer any information because she knows that Edward and Elinor were once close. Lucy Steele visits one day and tells Elinor that Edward is in town, and he soon leaves calling cards for the Dashwoods at Mrs. Jennings house. Fanny and John then plan a dinner part for the Middletons, Mrs. Jennings, Elinor and Marianne, Colonel Brandon, and the Steele sisters.

Elinor is interested to see if Edward will be there and, if so, dreads seeing both Lucy and Edward at the same place. She learns that he is not to be there, and is relieved. Lucy is nervous about...

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