Sense and Sensibility | Discussion Questions 41 – 50: In Chapter 44 what does Elinor blame Willoughby’s behaviour

In Chapter 44 of Sense and Sensibility what does Elinor blame Willoughby’s behaviour on, and how does Austen contrast the effects of Willoughby’s upbringing with that of Edward?

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