what is the climax in sense and sensibility?Defend your position by using evidence from the novel.

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Climax

Willoughby blows off Marianne; his engagement to Miss Grey is revealed.

Once in London, the complications only grow more…complicated. The nervous tension of the sisters explodes when Willoughby shows up once more. His rejection of Marianne, and the subsequent news of his engagement to an heiress throw the whole family into disarray – Marianne sinks into a deep depression, and Elinor isn't sure how to cope.

 

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