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|And the "biggest" lie is....
Written by Reeba
(1/29/2011 9:34 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, GR Focus: Lies, Lies, Lies, penned by Tarn
Emma's seesawing between truth and 'lies' is clearly with a strong motive behind it.
This 'seesawing' indicates that Emma is actually 'honest' ;-) in seeing as it is in the first place.
Two things are at work here;
>"without low connections,; at the same time not of any family that could fairly object to the doubtful birth of Harriet."
She's convincing herself IMO. Does it mean Emma is at times a little doubtful? Very vexing for her indeed *snort*
CH:6 (OK here I've got to get serious in discussing it, because it is a hilarious passage as far as I'm concerned)so, he might be lying because he's in love with Harriet as Emma thinks?
As for the lie in CH:1 it isn't one IMO, because Emma's saying;
"What a pity it is that Mr. Weston ever thought of her...", because she continues with;
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