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Written by BarbaraB
(4/14/2008 4:26 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, She may not believe them herself, penned by Joan Ellen
Emma is actully using Mrs. Weston's arguments and point of view. Mrs. Weston makes these arguments to try to save face for husband and the 'son' she has yet to meet but she suffers silently as a result which leads me to suspect that she is not entirely convinced herself but if, between Mrs. Weston and Emma, they have won you over, it's okay. I don't remember too well my first impression of Frank so there is a chance, I may have been won over at one point or another myself. I might, if I were to dig up an old posting be reminded of what I thought, but for now, I will leave you to continue to be persuaded or not as the novel continues. (grin)
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