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|Kellynch as an expression of Anne
Written by Mara
(10/4/2011 3:11 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, I'm not sure I understand., penned by Adele W
I was thinking that Kellynch Hall is a sort of concretization of Anne's soul. She loves the place so dearly, it is so full of the memories of her mother! By marrying Anne, Capt. Wentworth will become master of the place because he will totally comprehend her heart and feelings. Can there be any better definition of marriage? Frederick's visits to Kellynch, which Anne seems to expect ("he, perhaps, may be walking here", Ch. 3) in the hope that he has not completely removed the thought of her, will be another prolepsis of his final becoming part of Anne's life.
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