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Written by Line
(3/23/2009 6:43 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, What about the phrase just before the one you've quoted?, penned by Cathy Allen
I think what Henry is saying is that Frederick *used* to expect so much of his ideal woman, but now that he has finally fallen enough in love to think of marriage, it seems to be with a woman who has very poor moral principles. If Frederick really believes that Isabella is terrific, there must be something wrong with his understanding!
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