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Written by Cheryl
(10/17/2005 11:25 p.m.)
"Anne's heart beat in spite of herself, and brought the colour into her cheeks when she thought of Captain Wentworth unshackled and free. She had some feelings which she was ashamed to investigate. They were too much like joy, senseless joy!" (ch 18)
She doesn't, at this point, know what Frederick's feelings are about the engagement, if he was mourning the loss of Louisa or if there had been a break with Benwick over it. But, just the thought that he is free, that he doesn't belong to another, is enough to cause "senseless joy." Dear Anne...
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