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Written by Barb JA
(9/30/2010 7:11 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Maria and Henry and...Mary?, penned by WendyBri
In Ch. 18 when Mary comes to Fanny's room to rehearse she says
It's interesting that she nonchalantly tells Fanny that she knows exactly what Maria and Henry are up to, but only tried to smooth things over for Mr. Rushworth, which keeps Henry's game going. I'm not finding the right word, but she seems so self-satisfied. I don't know if she's amused by Henry's sporting with girls' affections, but I would not say that she disapproves.
She thought Fanny shouldn't be plunged in deep, but didn't mind that he did that to Maria and Julia.
I must comment on Henry's taking care of his mind by getting girls to fall in love with him... wholesome alloy of labour. What a creep!
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