Anne Elliot has grieved for seven years over the loss of her first and only love, Captain Frederick Wentworth. When their paths finally cross again, Anne finds herself slighted and all traces of their former intimacy gone. As the pair continue to share the same social circle, dramatic events in Lyme Regis, and later in Bath, conspire to unravel the knots of deceit and misunderstanding in this beguiling and gently comic story of love and fidelity.
Jane Austen: Persuasion
Sir Walter Elliot Of Kellynch Hall, Somersetshire
'Sir Walter Would Quit Kellynch Hall'
Captain Frederick Wentworth, A Commander Of Intelligence And Spirit
Anne Agrees To Divide Herself Between Uppercross Cottage And Kellynch Lodge
The Crofts Settle In At Kellynch Hall - And Expect A Friend
Captain Wentworth Joins The Social Circle
'Altered Beyond His Knowledge'
A Walk In The Countryside
To Lyme And The Home Of Captain Harville
A Chance Meeting With Mr. Elliot
An Accident On The Cob
Return To Uppercross
Louisa Begins To Recover
Anne Arrives In Camden Place, Bath
Mrs. Clay Remains In Favour
Anne Renews Her Acquaintance With An Old School-Fellow
A Thick Letter From Mary
Another Meeting With Captain Wentworth
The Concert Evening
Back With Mrs. Smith
'I Think You Should Be Acquainted With Mr. Elliot's Real Character'
Anne Reflects And Learns More
An Unsought Encounter
A Morning Of Throrough Confusion
Captain Wentworth Resumes Conversation
Captain Wentworth Asks For Writing Materials
The Letter - 'I Must Speak To You By Such Means As Are Within My Reach'