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Written by Jenny Allan
(10/21/2005 11:52 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, A moment of realization, penned by Margaret 7
"He realizes with a shock that will lead to resignation, that he not only influenced her to jump recklessly, but perhaps to fall recklessly...in love with him. And he now realizes the extent of his own feelings at least toward Louisa...that they don't extend to marriage."
Oh I absolutely agree. But I think there is one more realization that he makes at Lyme: the realization that he still loves Anne and that he is not over her.
"He now realizes how his attentions toward her appeared to others, and probably to Louisa herself."
I'm not sure that he realizes this part right away. I musn't say another word on this subject though. Next week's reading may tell us more.
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