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|A Mrs. Norrisism
Written by Barb JA
(10/21/2010 8:59 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Predictions, penned by Tom P2
I know this isn't much of a prediction, but ... In ch. 3 after Mr. Norris dies she rejects the idea of Fanny coming to live with her, or the idea that it would be comfort. She must live in solitude and can't be as liberal with her money as she used to be. *snort
But then in her "worries for poor Sir Thomas" in ch. 4 she
She saved from solitude by being needed for the play, was able to move in. Not only did she save them 3/4 of a yard of green baize, she made off with the whole curtain when the hopes of the play ended. :D
In the end she probably felt in solitude a bit anyway, since all of the affection was on Mrs. Norris' side for Maria as they were shut up away in a cottage. She got her just desserts.
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