Chapter 22 Summary

Anne is anxious to talk with Lady Russell about what she has recently learned about Mr. Elliot. However, the next morning, Mary and Charles Musgrove surprise Sir Walter’s family. They have come to Bath with Mrs. Musgrove and Henrietta. There was shopping to do because both Henrietta and Louisa will soon be married. Louisa has been left at home with Mr. Musgrove and Captain Benwick because she is not quite fit enough to travel yet. She is not the same woman she used to be. She is not as playful or as physically active. Louisa now spends most of her days sitting around listening to Captain Benwick read poetry.

While Mary is at Sir Walter’s new home, she makes it known that her party has taken lodgings in town. Upon...

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