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|It is tempting to think Henry teases less, but...
Written by Adrian
(3/24/2009 12:21 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Surprise?, penned by Amanda S.
“Indeed I am afraid she will,” replied Henry; “I am afraid she will be very constant, unless a baronet should come in her way; that is Frederick’s only chance. I will get the Bath paper, and look over the arrivals.”
“You think it is all for ambition, then? ... I never was so deceived in anyone’s character in my life before.”
“Among all the great variety that you have known and studied.” (Ch. 25)
I do think Henry is more careful, but he still comes up with ironic witticisms or remarks with double meanings in a teasing way.
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