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Written by Reeba
(3/23/2009 5:45 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Back to the disappointment in Catherine, penned by Lynn
>I know she is young, but obviously she does not know enough about grief to see that different people grieve in different ways, and that indifference does not necessarily mean cruelty.
Catherine was obsessing over 'The MOU' in which husbands murdered/imprisoned their wives, and so in her mind she had already decided that the General was a murderer/prisoner of his wife - all that she had to do was prove it.
The book was impressed more on her mind than, as Henry himself says, her own understanding, observation etc.
So till that moment in the room - her mind was made up
I'm not disappointed in her, because she has learned her lesson, and has now improved as a reader.
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