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|But was Lady R just "convincing the poor girl"...
Written by Delories
(9/28/2005 5:17 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Upon rereading that passage there seems to be, penned by Annette J.
..."that she was doing the right thing"? This thread brings up a point that I'd hinted at below -- that we can, based on the text, entertain the possibility that, under the circumstances at the time (8 years before) it was the right thing, for any number of reasons.
I know I'll have to duck some bricks here, but I for one am convinced that Frederick and Anne would have had a very hard time at being happy in the long run, had they wed when they first fell in love, and that Lady R was right, from her own POV and with her goddaughter's interests at hear, in persuading Anne (there's that verb again) to break it off.
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