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|Eight years ago
Written by Barbara
(10/7/2005 5:09 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, As sensitive as everyone was to proper behavior, penned by Mary Ellen
...Anne and Frederick must have gone somewhere other than Kellynch and his brother's home. It's unclear where they met--perhaps at a dance or at church, even. But still, a fine young man like Frederick Wentworth, new to the area and with eyes for only one young lady--it's truly a wonder that more people did not know about it. Think of the sensation caused when Frank Churchill came to Highbury and how everyone was so interested in everything he did, said, or wrote in letters.
Of course Louisa and Henrietta would only have been 12 and 11 at the time, and not 'out' and Mary was away at school. But where was the neighbourhood of voluntary spies at the time??
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