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Written by Bridget D
(10/10/2010 2:51 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Fanny dined at the Parsonage, penned by Robbin
I'd say that Julia and Maria were out at 18 - I think it would have been odd if they weren't.. but it seems to me that "things change" for F. because of hte Crawfords arrival. F does not go anywhere except iwth Lady B, and Lady B doesnt' go anywhere, excpet problaby to the parsonage so F may go with her... but the arrival fo lively young people at the Parsonage, who visit the house and get to know Fanny, seems to push the Bertrams towards "bringing her out" a little..Edmund becomes aware I think of his cousin's isolation and he encourages hte visit to Sotherton and then when Sir T come home and is warmer and more affectionate than before, he has the ball.
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