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Written by Barb JA
(10/17/2010 11:20 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Yes, you're right about Fanny, penned by Angela L
I must give her the credit for this in Ch. 30 though.
At least Mary would not wish that on Fanny. I agree though, their friendship was mostly of convenience. When she was speaking of Fanny as a sister should, I bet she was speaking more than she actually felt. I doubt that with Maria she was bad mouthing Fanny. I think with time and distance, she would definitely bad mouth Fanny as she did her other friends though. It's just that at that point of the story as Henry's potential fiance, Fanny was in Mary's "circle of trust". :)
It's interesting too, Fanny doesn't truly like Mary either, but she still behaves to her as a true friend should. In that respect she is like Elinor. Though she may not like someone, she always tries to treat them with the respect she thinks they deserve.
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