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Written by Shir
(10/24/2005 2:36 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, I agree, penned by Ramya
I don’t think Ann is fooled by Mrs. Smith. She can separate from MS’ account what is likely to be the facts and what is Mrs. Smith’s own prejudice views.
“After listening to this full description of Mr. Elliot, Anne could not but express some surprise at Mrs. Smith's having spoken of him so favourably in the beginning of their conversation. "She had seemed to recommend and praise him!"”
I think Ann judges for herself. She may always value Mrs. Smith for both her past kindness and her present contribution to Ann’s happiness, and also for her pitiful current state, but she still questions some of MS’ conducts (past and present).
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