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|The behavior of Isabella, John, and the mother...
Written by Adrian
(3/15/2009 9:57 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Ch 15: significant looks and mysterious expressions, penned by Karen G.
...is both indiscreet and mean. If the elder Thorpes did not wish to share the information of Isabella's pending engagement with the younger sisters, they should have kept quiet rather than taunting the girls with it. Small wonder the kind and discreet Catherine was uncomfortable. The whole Thorpe family is vulgar and (like John quizzing his sisters at a public ball) finds amusement in making others (including family members) uncomfortable.
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