Sense and Sensibility - Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

Elinor starts the chapter by considering her interaction with Mrs. Ferrars. She concludes that she is glad that the end of her romance with Edward will mean that she does not have to associate with the old lady again. She also considers why Lucy is so happy about Mrs. Ferrars being nice to her, since she was only nice because Lucy was not Elinor. Lucy comes to visit Elinor and gushes about how nicely Mrs. Ferrars treated her. Elinor notes that Mrs. Ferrars would not have been so nice if she had known about Lucy's engagement, and Lucy disagrees with her. She adds that Elinor cannot say she does not like Fanny, to which Elinor is silent.

Lucy reaffirms her friendship with Elinor, and then talks about how she will be seeing Edward often now that she is friendly with Fanny and Mrs. Ferrars. Just as they...

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