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|So many complexities—So right you are Moni
Written by Robbin
(10/17/2008 12:25 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Agree and aside from this..., penned by Moni
The idea Anne should somehow get in Frederick’s face and make her feelings known to him just does not sit well with me when considering how I feel a lady was supposed to behave towards gentlemen. There are so many examples in the other novels. Fanny as you point out and even saucy Lizzy did not believe she ought to attempt to change Darcy’s mind about her when they accidentally meet at Pemberley. Frederick made it perfectly clear to Anne she was no longer his object so attempting to change his mind seems improper and undignified. What finally begins to renew their relationship is his change of mind in admitting her worth after observing her intelligence, kindness and able capabilities as showcased by her care of her little nephews and Louisa rather than any attempts to gain his favor. (:D)
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