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Written by Laraine
(4/22/2008 3:11 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Why Mr. Woodhouse doesn't like things done in a moment?, penned by Graciela
When Emma reads Mr. Elton's charade to her father: "She read it to him, just as he liked to have any thing read, slowly and distinctly, and two or three times over, with explanations of every part as she proceeded..."
"these sort of things require a good deal of consideration. One cannot resolve upon them in a hurry. If Mr. and Mrs. Weston will be so obliging as to call here one morning, we may talk it over, and see what can be done.Mr. Woodhouse must have time to deliberate about almost everything that he has never considered. Frank, and Mr. Weston to some degree, move far too quickly for him.
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