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|Frank's absence & Mr Knightley's annoyance.
Written by Rachel G
(4/13/2008 3:20 p.m.)
Does he in fact disapprove very strongly of selfish young men who fail to do their duty?
Does he get drawn into the argument because of exasperation at Emma's opposition? It seems to me that Emma is sparring/disputing with him for the sheer pleasure of the argument, rather than because she has particularly strong feelings about the subject.
Or is there something else going on here? Am I missing something?
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