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Written by Pennie
(9/26/2005 9:35 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Anne and Charles Musgrove, penned by helena6
Even at the age of 19, Anne was level headed and sensible, so she wanted to make a prudent choice in marriage. At the age of 22, prudence was still presumably of importance, but not as the only consideration. I think that Anne was persuaded by LR the first time because following that particular advice would fit with her general character. Marrying merely for prudence was not something that Anne felt comfortable with, and so could not be persuaded, even if she did look up to LR's advice
As for your last questions, I haven't read the week 2 chapters yet, so I shall let you know once I've refreshed my memory :)
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