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Written by JanELT
(10/16/2008 7:53 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Wentworth's journey from Plymouth to Portsmouth (another long one, penned by Rae
I see even more now how similar CB and Anne were.
In Ch 11, we see that Anne also identified with CB's sufferings as she tried to help him cope and recover from his loss by recommending a wider berth of books to read.
In Ch 12, we see a historical account of CW rushing to CB's side to comfort his friend after his loss. I didn't get it (or do not remember) how long ago this was from the time of Ch 12. But it wasn't a long time ago. CB was still in mourning.
From two points, I can triangulate that both Anne and CW were grieving over each other because that would be the singularly big event in their lives (that we know of insofar as was described in the book) that could cause them to identify with CB.
Hmmm.... I'm now interested to see if there are other occasions when both Anne and CW did the same things (albeit at different times).
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