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Written by Cheryl
(10/7/2005 3:32 a.m.)
"It was a little fever of admiration; but it might, probably must, end in love with some." (ch 10)
And when you throw into the mix poor Charles Hayter, it seems a situation destined for heartache. But Anne thinks
"He was only wrong in accepting the attentions (for accepting must be the word) of two young women at once."
So, what do you think? Is he wrong to be taking so much pleasure in being fawned over? Is he raising expectations with his behavior? Speculation is rife over which girl he will marry. Is he aware of this? Should he be more circumspect?
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