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Written by Robbin
(3/14/2011 12:03 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Jane and Illicit love, penned by Bridget D
At one point Emma believed Jane happily carried a torch for Mr. Dixon which is quite improper—this wrongheaded idea made Emma feel less uneasy in being amused by Frank’s constant jokes at Jane’s expense:
Emma wished he would be less pointed, yet could not help being amused; and when on glancing her eye towards Jane Fairfax she caught the remains of a smile, when she saw that with all the deep blush of consciousness, there had been a smile of secret delight, she had less scruple in the amusement, and much less compunction with respect to her. This amiable, upright, perfect Jane Fairfax was apparently cherishing very reprehensible feelings. (28)
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