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|Insensibility & Captivation
Written by Robbin
(5/6/2010 7:49 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Decpetion in Ch. 37-42 (long), penned by Connie
I agree with you about Charlotte. Although she starts out with her eyes open towards Mr. Collins understanding and character it is no guarantee she will not become fed up with him someday. It appears situation did its part in ensuring Lizzy did not follow in her father’s footsteps with Wickham. Lizzy was “captivated by youth and beauty, and that appearance of good-humour which youth and beauty generally give” and had situation been favorable and she married him the discovery of his weak character and dishonorable behavior would put an end to all affection for him and hope for domestic happiness. Yikes! Sorry to put forth such a frightening turn of events—it is all horrid! (:D)
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