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Written by Mia I.
(10/30/2008 7:04 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Mercenary outward appearance, penned by Tom P2
It is very interesting to her what you thought about what Anne should do, because I remember completely empathizing with Anne, feeling CW's kindness when he assisted Anne with her nephew and into the carriage, and knowing complete impossibility of Anne being interested in Captain Benwick. After realizing CW loves Anne when he referred to her as "Anne" after Louisa's accident, I was wondering why Anne does not realize that too, and I think here monetary considerations come into play: CW is now rich enough to marry anybody, so why would he choose her "again" when she has already hurt him? Anne still thinks so highly of CW that she considers Louisa not his intellectual equal. Captain Benwick is on the other hand not Anne's intellectual equal, even though his mind is much more developed than Charles Musgrove's mind.
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