Chapter 15 Summary

Anne settles into her life in Bath. The house her father has acquired is roomy and distinguished. She is surprised to find that Sir Walter and Elizabeth seem pleased to have her with them. Anne quickly discovers that her presence gives them someone new to talk to about how happy they are to be in Bath. As usual, they have little interest in listening to anything Anne has to say. They are attentive only to a few details about Lyme, Uppercross, and Kellynch before they are again talking about their own experiences in Bath.

Mrs. Clay is still in residence with Sir Walter and Elizabeth. Anne finds this a little disturbing. Anne notices how pleasant Mrs. Clay acts but thinks it is all a pretense.

Young Mr. Elliot...

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