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Written by Julia Catherine
(3/18/2009 3:35 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Lack of good breeding/manners, penned by Cathy Allen
Mr. Allen also thought that Isabella's behavior with men was improper. In Chapter 13, he expressed his disapproval with Isabella's Clifton plans by stating, "These schemes are not at all the thing. Young men and women driving about the country in open carriages! Now and then it is very well; but going to inns and public places together! It is not right; and I wonder Mrs. Thorpe should allow it. I am glad you do not think of going; I am sure Mrs. Morland would not be pleased. Mrs. Allen, are not you of my way of thinking? Do not you think these kind of projects objectionable?"
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