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Written by Line
(9/24/2005 9:59 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, I am also not sure how much traveling the Elliots did..., penned by Emmy
...time had softened down much, perhaps nearly all of peculiar attachment to him, but she had been too dependant on time alone: no aid had been given in change of place, (except in one visit to Bath soon after the rupture), or in any novelty or enlargement of society.
As you say, Anne depended too much on the remedy that time heals all wounds, when she should also have had the remedy of new sights and new people. As far as travelling goes, I'm sure there would (or at least should) have been enough money for Anne to join her father and sister on their trips to London, even if she didn't travel elsewhere without them.
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