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|No, she isn't. :)
Written by Reeba
(2/1/2011 12:04 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Is Harriet Blameless?, penned by Jane Marie
I'm not willing to believe that Harriet isn't looking forward to joining the class that Emma is showing her.
She *has* a conscience!
She's able to give her opinion and oppose Emma! So what's stopping her?
She's able to judge and weigh Emma's words here in this conversation...even contradict;
"Ah! so you say; but I cannot believe it."
"But then, to be an old maid at last, like Miss Bates!"
"But still, you will be an old maid -- and that's so dreadful!"
"Dear me! but what shall you do? how shall you employ yourself when you grow old?"
I think if Harriet wants to she can have a similar reaction to Emma's other theory, but Harriet would like to follow that and therefore doen't have objections.
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