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|Urged by their own curiosity and love of novelty…
Written by Robbin
(1/27/2006 7:10 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Is it just me, who thinks some humour has returned?, penned by Reeba
The domestics must go in search of Isabella, not that they wish to leave their boring duties behind—very funny. I can imagine them all dropping their various garden, kitchen, and guarding utensils where they stood in one simultaneous crash upon hearing the orders and then running gaily after Manfred and the Knights speculating on the horrors that could befall young, helpless, frightened virgin princesses on the run from royal lechers. It reminds me of all the people who came to see two dead ladies in Lyme when Louisa “bonked her bean” in Persuasion.
How about how fast Theodore and Matilda came to a passion for each other? Would Henry Tinley approve, I think he must because Theodore must know that Matilda likes him as she risked something, I think, to release him from the tower and suited him up in time to wound Isabella’s father. The dancing girl plumes were also a riot and what will they do if Frederic dies of his wounds? I can hardly wait to see what happens and I expect to laugh. No, no you are not alone. :D
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