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Written by Moni
(10/15/2008 7:19 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Anyone else having trouble with the emotions here?, penned by JoAnn
For Anne, it's some kind of quiet hell most of the time, yet with disturbing kinds of possible revelations. There is also a lot of tension, with the significant gestures the Captain makes, about little Walter and the carriage ride he suggests Anne go on. These could be read in either direction, firstly because of the presence of Charles Hayter who seems to neglect his duty, and the other because of the presence of Louisa.
Also, though Lyme is a gorgeous holiday destination, it seems kind of moody and mysterious, sort of, and the descriptions are kind of melancholy in some ways, because it's off season. Love the way the road ends at the sea and doesn't go anywhere, and also the imagery of the Cobb. I don't really know what I mean, but there are a lot of layers going on, in every scene! Thanks for voicing this so well. I thought I was going barmy;-)!
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