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Written by helena6
(9/28/2005 8:57 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, But was Lady R just "convincing the poor girl"..., penned by Delories
They may have had hard times, but I don't think Anne was ill suited to dealing with difficult times. She had a good mind and a good temper. She's not as hardy as Mrs. Croft but she would have lived up to her responsibilities. She wouldn't have given up on her marriage nor Frederick.
But I think Lady Russell wanted and easier life for Anne - one with more wealth and comfort and she believed Anne could attain that by attracting a different man.
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