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Sense and Sensibility Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 46 Summary

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Chapter 46 Summary

Marianne continues her recovery until she is well enough to see Brandon. She thanks him profusely for all his help, and Brandon is very pleased with the attention she bestows on him. He arranges a carriage for the Dashwoods to return to Barton Cottage while he prepares to go to his own home in Delaford. Marianne is glad to be home, and comes up with a plan to exercise, read, and avoid anything she might connect with Willoughby.

Elinor and Marianne go for a walk to the spot where Willoughby rescued her after her fall. Marianne notes that she is over him, but wishes that she could think more kindly of him. To set her mind at ease, Elinor tells her about his confession at Cleveland. Marianne is moved by the story and asks Elinor to tell their mother as well.

Chapter 46 Analysis

Recovered from her illness...

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