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Written by MandyN
(4/25/2006 3:40 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Some LOL lInes., penned by Reeba
Is for Chuckling Out Loud ! ;)
Isabella's wisdom ;
'young men never know their own minds two days together.'
'but I knew the fickle sex too well'. (!!)
-Ch. 29 This line from Mrs Morland on Catherine's journey home to Fullerton.
' I am glad I did not know of your journey at the time, but now it is all over perhaps there is no great harm done. It is always good for young people to be put upon exerting themselves; and you know, my dear Catherine, you were always a sad little scatter-brained creature; but now you have been forced to have your wits about you, '
-Ch. 30 has a lovely line from Mrs Morland, we didn't see this on table at the Abbey.
'I did not quite like, at breakfast, to hear you talk so much about the French bread at Northanger.'
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