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Sense and Sensibility Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 50 Summary

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Chapter 50 Summary

The beginning of the chapter describes how Mrs. Ferrars forgives Edward and eventually accepts his engagement with Elinor. She gives him 10,000 pounds, and Edward and Elinor get married in the fall. They are happy in Delaford and move into the parsonage when it has been fixed up to their satisfaction. Many people come to visit, including John and Fanny. John provides another amusing incident when he notes that it would be wonderful if Marianne married Colonel Brandon, especially since he has a nice home and is rich.

Mrs. Ferrars comes to visit them and is satisfied with them, but Robert remains her favorite after Lucy wins her heart with flattery. Mrs. Ferrars gives them money and a place to live, and Lucy becomes one of her favorite companions. Marianne finally agrees to marry Colonel Brandon, and soon comes to love him as much as she had loved...

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