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Written by Lisa Dalrymple
(10/18/2011 12:38 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Contrasting Parents?, penned by Debra Mc
I think that is it - it is a contrast of how the Musgroves can still love a son (or the memory of a son) who the ON doesn't think was worth loving, yet Sir Walter only loves what is in front of him and is pleasing to his eyes and ego. I don't even think he really loves anyone but himself and Elizabeth. But if he really loved her, you make a good point that he wouldn't put her in the position of a precarious future.
I have had a difficult time keeping up with the GR and tend to lurk - I don't think I added anything to your post but to gush about how much I agree. lol
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