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Written by Bridget D
(10/7/2010 2:57 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Sir Thomas' tirade - a less charitable view., penned by Rachel G
He HAS a good side, a good heart which led him, when thinking of taking Fanny on, to try his best to wrok out the best way of improving her life, by so doing..
Sir T's good intentions are real but they dont stop him from being unkind ot her at times and I think that his "moral" side leads him to be stern but usually in a cold not loud voiced way with her and with his own children....
and I think that his worldly side (Fanny SHOULD accept this rich man if he's not positively wicked or horribly repulsive) and his severely moral side combine here to say that not only shoudl she be willing to accept H becuase he's rich but she shoudl also do so because HE Sir Thomas wishes it, and for a young woman to set herself up to have an opinion of her own is wrong....
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