Sense and Sensibility - Study Guide Chapter 45 Summary & Analysis

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After Willoughby leaves Elinor reflects that while Willoughby is horrible she can now feel some sympathy with him because of his intentions and the situation he is forced into, but that this sympathy is only possible now that she knows he will no longer have any association with their family. She does, however, consider that the sympathy he has aroused is based mostly on emotion and that she should be careful of her reaction.

Mrs. Dashwood arrives and is very worried until Elinor lets her know Marianne is recovered. Mrs. Dashwood is relieved and thanks Colonel Brandon before going to see Marianne. After a few days, Mrs. Dashwood tells Elinor that Brandon has told her of his desire and intention to marry Marianne. Her mother is pleased and plans a move to Delaford, not thinking that it would cause Elinor pain to be near Edward in his...

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