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|Also in the first paragraph of Ch. 6...
Written by Moni
(10/11/2008 1:20 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Anne learns, and teaches herself, penned by Delories
I mentioned this in another post, in discussing my focus on Anne and who values her and who doesn't. In spite of all the self importance she witnesses at Kellynch, coming from the other Elliots and not herself, she realizes it is not necessarily so outside their comfortable existence, as it has previously been seen. She says she has not noticed this before, staying at Uppercross on other occasions, but because of their changed circumstances, she has to become aware of this.
It's good, because Anne is an observer and thinker, we get these great parallels of maturation, or whatever, through her. Mine isn't exactly a strict parallel, but I did appreciate what you were thinking of. Interesting post;-)).
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