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Written by Ramya
(3/30/2008 6:26 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Mr. Weston and Frank, penned by Anne-Marie
how he allowed his son to be raised by those who had a poor opinion of himself. Was he depressed at the time by the death of his wife, and perhaps shocked at how comparitilvely impoverished he had become after the marriage? A complete change of life after her death seems to suggets that:
Perhaps he felt guilty about having deprived his wife of the many comforts that money brings and felt that he was making amends to his wife by letting them bring his son up in a much better manner (as far as money and privileges go).
I get the feeling that Mr.Weston felt obliged to marry Miss Churchill because she feel in love with him. If she had been content in the marriage, Mr.Weston would in all probability have been happy too, and might not have given up his son so easily. Any thoughts?
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