Chapters 21-24 Ney-Ling N. Navarro 12-1 Mrs. Rojas
Chapter 21 Anne goes to talk to Mrs.Smith about the concert. Mrs.Smith asks Anne to talk to Mr. Elliot about her Anne refuses and makes Mrs. Smith understand about how she does not want to marry Mr. Elliot Anne accepts Mr. Elliot is a nice man, but not the man for her. She has someone else in her mind. Mrs. Smith reveals to Anne the true character of Mr. Elliot. He’s cold hearted and egocentric. It is revealed about the intimate friendship between Charles and Mr.Elliot.
Chapter 21 Mrs.Smith and Mr. Elliot developed a close relationship at youth, and he told her his plans about life. Mr. Elliot only wants to reach fortune. He had married he’s past wife only because she was rich. Mrs.Smith shows Anne a letter that says how he would sell Kellynch. Mr. Elliot decided to be a baronet, but if Sir Walter has a child, the child would be heritor of Kellynch Anne is upset by this reality, but will use it to protect her family.
Setting: Mrs. Smith house in Bath Atmosphere: suspense
Characters Anne Elliot: Main character and middle daughter of Sir Walter. She searches love but does not find it in Mr. Elliot, her cousin. Mrs.Smith: Anne’s best friend, whom keeps her informed about situations. Mr. Elliot: Anne’s cousin. He’s a smooth talker but only wants to achieve fortune.
Chapter 22 Anne returns to her house and decides to pay a visit to Lady Russell. She finds out she had evaded Mr. Elliot’s visit but he was to return in the evening. She encounters herself with Mr. Elliot but acts unfriendly. He now knows she was uninterested. When Anne goes to visit Lady Russell, she finds Charles and Mary as well. Marry brings news about how the Musgrove family is coming to Bath. Henrietta is engaged to Charles Hayter.
Chapter 22 Anne goes at visits the Musgroves. Herself and Mary spot Mr.Elliot and Mrs. Clay having a conversation. Mary and Charles get into a discussion on their plans of the night, and how she was interested on meeting his heir. Anne, not wanting to meet Mr. Elliot, convince them into going to their father’s evening party.
Setting: Lady Russell house and the Musgrove’s place. Atmosphere: Tense, informative.
Characters Annie Elliot Mr. Elliot Mary Elliot: Youngest of all the daughters and is married to Charles Musgrove. Charles Musgrove: Mary’s husband and is a nice, fine gentleman. Lady Russell - Best friend of Anne’s mother. She is the advisor of the Elliot. Mrs. Clay - The daughter of Mr. Shepard. Friend of Elizabeth, who although is lower class, she is well mannered. She seeks to marry Sit Walter.
Chapter 23 Anne joins the Musgroves. While Anne talks to Captain Harville, Wentworth is writing a letter. Anne has a conversation about love with Harville, in which they disagree. Captain Wentworth hands a letter to Anne, declaring his love towards her. She decides to go back home, accompanied by Charles, but when they meet Captain Wentworth along the way, he joins them. When Anne and Wentworth get time alone, they exchange vows upon their love. Anne is in complete utter happiness.
Chapter 23 Captain Wentworth apologizes for having people persuade Anne into marrying Mr. Elliot. At the party, Anne tells Wentworth about how Lady Russell advice her not to marry him. Wentworth blames himself for having too much pride, but marrying her would make him happy.
Characters Anne Elliot Captain Harville: Friend of Wentworth and takes care of Louisa. Captain Wentworth: Gallant naval officer who is well mannered, and is the love of Anne. Mr. Elliot Charles Musgrove Mrs. Croft: Married to the Admiral, they rent Kellynch Hall.
Chapter 24 Anne and Captain Wentworth got engaged. Sir Walter nor Elizabeth object in the situation. Lady Russell suffered the engagement. Mr. Elliot and Mrs. Clay leave Bath. Wentworth helps Mrs. Smith into getting back some of the money from her husband. The novel ends with the fact that Anne and Captain Wentworth will live forever happy.
Characters Anne Elliot Captain Wentworth Lady Russell Elizabeth Elliot: Eldest daughter of Sir Walter. She is vain and concerned. Sir Walter: Owner of Kellynch Hall. He is vain, money waster and lives for appearance. Mr. Elliot Mrs. Clay
Character’s influence on the novel Our main characters here are Anne and Captain Wentworth. They are the center of the love, and all the drama occurs around them. Their attitudes and opinions are the ones that guide us and gives us hints of the further situations of the novel.