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Written by Reeba
(2/15/2011 9:29 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, We aren't indeed, penned by Kathleen Glancy
Quite true, and we also notice an easy Harriet giving the answers freely.
Both Jane's and Emma's behaviour is in keeping with their characters.
Jane not being from a small town, but London doesn't want to talk or tell about people one hasn't met. As we see in CH:21;
I guess it's a clash of, shall we say cultures :)
>I don't quite understand your last point.
My last point was an indication in this direction as explained above, that Jane is quite aware that this is a character of the town, and not thought anything untoward.
I dearly wish we could know what Jane's thoughts are. We know all about Emma's - much to her disadvantage.
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