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|He might have acted differently...
Written by JeannetteF
(10/7/2005 3:58 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, "Fever of admiration", penned by Cheryl
...towards the Musgrove girls but for Anne's presence. I always thought he enjoyed 'being fawned over' by the Musgrove girls so he could devote his attention to them. The awkardness of situation between them at the cottage with only the two of them present (apart from the children and later Charles Hayter)is an indication of this.
So yes, I think he enjoyed the attentions of the girls. But I think he was wrong in encouraging them both since he could only marry one of them.
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