Sense And Sensibility help me with homework: Willoughby’s final confession

Willoughby’s final confession to Elinor is one of the books more unsettling and unexpected scenes. It allows us in some part (how much?) to forgive and pity him. It reminds us that he is the only sexy man in the book. It reminds us that Marianne once wanted a marriage in the Romantic tradition and has got a rational one instead. How do you feel about that?

Does Sense and Sensibility have a happy ending?

Why does Lucy get to be happier than Willoughby?

Asked on 28.05.2017 in English Literature.
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