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Written by Louise H
(10/19/2005 10:17 p.m.)
... I had not been weak." What is CW saying to Anne here, in ch. 20? I'm trying to figure out how he thinks he had been weak. Is he saying he had been weak in encouraging Louisa to be steadfast, out of continued petulance about Anne's supposed overwillingness to be persuaded against her original judgment? If that's what he meant, what an amazing admission to Anne!
I don't think he meant that much, but I'm having a hard time figuring out what he thought he was saying. Maybe that he had been weak in encouraging Louisa's affections (so that she literally threw herself at him)? Even still, quite an admission.
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