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Written by Ramya
(10/16/2010 10:56 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, religion and Mary, penned by Bridget D
I do feel that she would be slightly ashamed of his profession always. For example, when she writes to Fanny about Edmund visiting her in London, she says all her friends admired his looks so much. However, she was relieved that he wasn't wearing a clergyman's collar, so it wouldn't be immediately obvious that he was a clergyman.
Luckily there is no distinction of dress nowadays to tell tales, butóbutó but Yours affectionately. Chap. 43.
It is not just that she would be bored living in the country for half the year- it appears that she has become more or less reconciled to the idea towards the end of her stay at her sister's, but she would rather forget his intimate connection to the Church in her day-to-day thought.
no longer able, in the picture she had been forming of a future Thornton, to shut out the church, sink the clergyman, and see only the respectable, elegant, modernised, and occasional residence of a man of independent fortune, Chap. 25
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