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|Chapter 27: Isabella saying one thing...
Written by Lynn
(3/24/2009 7:57 a.m.)
In Chapter 27 we read Isabella's letter to Catherine, and such a letter it is! I wonder how she would have take it if she had not had James' letter first! Would she still have realized what Isabella is?
Here is what I am wondering about. We know that Isabella often says one thing and means quite another. Could that be the case here:
Many girls might have been taken in, for never were such attentions; but I knew the fickle sex too well.
Then just below, with regard to Captain Tilney paying attentions to someone else:
I pitied his taste, but took no notice of him.
What is Isabella really saying?!
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