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|How did Anne have a change of heart here?
Written by JanELT
(10/21/2008 12:30 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Wel done, Anna Ruby; I think you have pinpointed it!, penned by Cathy Allen
I could be completely wrong here, but I thought the passage confirmed what Anne had thought all along, that it worked both ways, and that her being persuaded to reject CW was a matter of duty to which she was obliged, and that it was all for good, both hers and CW. And that CW was wrong to think that a pliable and mutable character was weak, and Anne's point was proven when hardheaded Louisa had a fall due to her own stubborn unwillingness to be persuaded not to jump. Or was I off the mark? Thanks.
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