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Written by Barb JA
(10/10/2010 11:36 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Fanny dined at the Parsonage, penned by Robbin
Sir Thomas was gone for a year, and neither Lady Bertram nor Mrs. Nasty would have brought her out for their own different reasons. It doesn't seem like its Edmund's and Tom's place to officially bring her out in society while Sir Thomas is away. However, none of the cousins, even Edmund, were attentive enough to seeing that she was included in the social goings-on.
As soon as he came back and settled in, he thought it only proper she should dine out and wondered why the invitation hadn't been extended before. I think had William not visited and even without Mr. Crawford showing interest, Sir Thomas would have ensured that she would have been out in society somehow.
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