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|Perhaps the author is aware....
Written by Reeba
(2/19/2011 6:34 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, I think you may not be wholly serious, penned by Kathleen Glancy
that there are people whose imaginations are very vivid. Perhaps the author herself had such stories in her head which she then put on paper. Emma hasn't taken up such an outlet, and instead of putting them on paper is acting it out.
The book is full of the word 'fancy' and 'imagination' where Emma is concerned.
Emma is like Catherine Morland. In both cases the two imagined their fancies to be facts.
That's my interpretation.
What do you think this sentence means if you don't think that the author finds it rather appealing that Emma has such fancies?
It would be nice to hear what your interpretation is. :)
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