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Written by Mandy N
(10/6/2008 2:37 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Retrenchment, penned by Shirley Rae
Well, so far I can't see Sir Walter are Elizabeth prepared to retrench one thing- apart from charites and not taking down a present to Anne.
Sir Walter's reaction to Lady Russell's regulations; "What!Every comfort of life to be knocked off! Journys, Londonservents,horses, table,-contractions and restrictions everywhere...No, he would sooner quit Kellynch-hall at once, than remain in it on such disgraceful terms." (Ch.2)
Economy and moderation do not appear priorites of Sir Walter. Anne wanted a smaller house in their neighorhood; as well as unhappy memories she may be thinking of unnecssary expenses living in Bath may incur.
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