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Written by Robbin
(10/11/2010 3:07 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, LOL That's what Sir Thomas would think if he were Fanny, penned by Mia I.
Sir Thomas thinks all women are mentally inferior? I agree Sir Thomas thinks highly of his own observations and opinions but he does listen to other people. He listened to Mrs. Price's sad letter in Ch. 1 and decided to help her children into the the world. He has listened to Mrs. Norris on occassion. She suggested Fanny be brought to MP and he listened. He listens to Edmund and he listened and belived Maria knew what would make her happy. He even listens to Fanny although it appears in Ch. 32 that he does not. (:D)
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