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|"The cottage remains"
Written by Graciela
(3/27/2009 2:04 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Catherine's visit to Woodston, penned by JoAnn
“You like it — you approve it as an object — it is enough. Henry, remember that Robinson is spoken to about it. The cottage remains.
Such a compliment recalled all Catherine’s consciousness, and silenced her directly; and, though pointedly applied to by the general for her choice of the prevailing colour of the paper and hangings, nothing like an opinion on the subject could be drawn from her.”
When they arrive at Woodston, it is described "a large and populous village, in a situation not unpleasant", but Catherine was ashamed to say that she thought it pretty, because the general "seemed to think an apology necessary for the flatness of the country, and the size of the village"
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