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|Catherine steps into adulthood, but remains fallible
Written by Tom P2
(4/25/2012 8:29 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, A fantasy worthy of Emma, penned by Ramya
That's an important development, preparing herself for possible imperfections in the two fabulous Tilneys in future. Perhaps it'll happen when she sees Henry side by side with the viscount, who is to a precision the most charming young man in the world, we're reliably informed.
She's holding on to some odd attitudes toward the Swiss, Italians, southern French, Scots, Welsh, and Cornish, though. (I assume that the northern and western extremities in chapter 25 are of Britain.)
Her powers of prediction are also Emma Woodhouse-ish. You can count on her to get something wrong. In this case, we have: To the general, of course, he would not dare to speak (ch29). Ha! Of course Da Man can put his foot down when there's no smoother way.
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