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Written by Ramya
(4/25/2012 8:16 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, It's just as well for his parish that he settles there, then, penned by Tom P2
at how little time Henry spent at Woodstone. However, I think he's been spending more time at the Castle lately because of the presence of Catherine. He tells her early on that “Northanger is not more than half my home; I have an establishment at my own house in Woodston, which is nearly twenty miles from my father’s, and some of my time is necessarily spent there.” Ch. 20 which makes it sound as though he usually divided his time equally between the two households.
Once Henry is married, even after his reconciliation with his father, he wouldn't be travelling so much to the Abbey. Edmund Bertram, of course, would have been more of a presence at his living even before his marriage.
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