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|also in chapters 5 & 6
Written by Emmeline
(3/23/2009 6:28 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Going back a bit...Chapters 10 and 11, penned by Sarah Hannah
She liked him the better for being a clergyman, 'for she must confess herself very partial to the profession;' and something like a sigh escaped her as she said it. Perhaps Catherine was wrong in not demanding the cause of that gentle emotion — but she was not experienced enough in the finesse of love, or the duties of friendship, to know when delicate raillery was properly called for, or when a confidence should be forced. [chapter 5]
'Well, my taste is different. I prefer light eyes, and as to complexion — do you know — I like a sallow better than any other. You must not betray me, if you should ever meet with one of your acquaintance answering that description.'
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