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|I suspected as much
Written by Carolyn
(4/10/2006 11:28 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Just how bad was Henry's eyesight...?, penned by JulieW
Every other look upon an average was directed towards the opposite box; and, for the space of two entire scenes, did she thus watch Henry Tilney, without being once able to catch his eye. No longer could he be suspected of indifference for a play; his notice was never withdrawn from the stage during two whole scenes.
his determined viewing of the play made me suspect he was very aware of Catherine and her stares.
I think Catherine had shivers when . At length, however, he did look towards her, and he bowed — but such a bow! No smile, no continued observance attended it; his eyes were immediately returned to their former direction. . I know I did.
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