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Written by Adele W
(10/4/2011 10:09 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, An eloquent prolepsis, penned by Mara
What do you mean by "the prospect of Frederick Wentworth's becoming the master of Kellynch Hall"?
I always took that part of the novel as meaning Anne saw the possibility of Frederick coming to visit his sister and the Admiral at Kellynch Hall and, therefore, would have the opportunity of walking through the groves.
On that note, why does Anne so quickly foresee Frederick coming to Kellynch? Wouldn't she argue with herself that his coming was unlikely because he would have unpleasant associations with the place?
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