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Written by Maisy
(10/6/2005 5:03 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, It's actually amazing, penned by Barbara
Louisa and Henrietta are very much captivated by Wentworth. Both of these young ladies are much too pre-occupied with thinking of him as their beau to notice anything subtle happening between Anne and CW.
Charles and Mary - as with the Musgrove sisters, they are both imagining CW as a suitor for the girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Musgrove - ditto.
They're all so caught up with thinking of CW as a suitor for the girls -- and later, for Louisa alone -- that they are only looking for signs and indications of that, and simply wouldn't be able to pick up on anything else.
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