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|Edmund defending Henry. Ch.12.
Written by Rachel G
(9/20/2010 5:50 p.m.)
When Fanny tries to talk to Edmund about Henry's attentions to Maria ch.12) Edmund blithely explains why Henry's behaviour isn't a problem. I don't understand what he means when he says:
"...I am not at all afraid for (Maria), after such a proof as she has given that her feelings are not strong.”
Is Edmund being wilfully blind in this scene? Is his partiality for Mary clouding his judgement? Or is he just being dense?
- Edmund defending Henry. Ch.12. Rachel G (9/20/2010 5:50 p.m.)
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