Finally, Jane Fairfax!
Written by nan duval
(4/13/2008 9:20 p.m.)
My focus in this GR is Jane Fairfax's POV so I've had an unfocused 2 weeks. Finally Jane makes the scene.
Briefly, I think Jane has arrived to be welcomed & to comfort her aunt & grandmother, is feeling unwell & being cajoled to eat; knows that she is in a fishbowl & the object of scrutiny--even though it's approving, is known to be anticipating beginning her career as a governess, has been interrogated by the mighty Miss Woodhouse, has been visited by Mr. Frank Churchill, an acquaintance from Weymouth, has gone visiting with her aunt, has demonstrated her musical superiority--no fault of her own, she's just sublime--, has received a piano from noone knows where, & has been driven to the Coles's party in Mr. Knightley's carriage, at the party Mr Frank Churchill sang 2 songs with her & came to sit with her when Miss Woodhouse was occupied with Mrs. Weston.
Have I missed anything?