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Written by AmyFlo
(10/24/2011 7:28 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Meeting at Molland's, penned by Cheryl
It is such a great scene. After a few chapters of "Anne's lonely life in Bath" as others have stated in previous posts, this scene just pops with emotion and tension.
My favorite part is Anne failing to convince herself that she's just going to see if it was raining. "She now felt a great inclination to go to the outer door; she wanted to see if it rained. Why was she to suspect herself of another motive?"
And Frederick is charmingly tongue-tied and shocked when he sees her. Not the same distant Captain at all! If only Mrs Clay's errand delayed Mr. Elliot for a little while longer. Like a few hours...
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