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|Catherine realizing the mixture of good and bad
Written by Ellen M
(3/27/2009 11:47 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Good Call, penned by Robbin
among the English, she believed, in their hearts and habits, there was a general though unequal mixture of good and bad. Upon this conviction, she would not be surprised if even in Henry and Eleanor Tilney, some slight imperfection might hereafter appear; and upon this conviction she need not fear to acknowledge some actual specks in the character of their father, who, though cleared from the grossly injurious suspicions which she must ever blush to have entertained, she did believe, upon serious consideration, to be not perfectly amiable. Ch. 25
I agree with you that it is good to see Catherine realizing that no one is perfect - not even Henry and Eleanor.
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