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Written by Tom P2
(10/24/2011 8:46 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Meeting at Molland's, penned by Cheryl
I also like how, after that dramatic main course, each of them has a comical cringe moment for dessert.
The captain gets to overhear the ladies of his party commenting on Anne and Mr Elliot.
The next morning, the object of Lady Russell's intent observation turns out to be be a set of window curtains that are the handsomest and best hung of any in Bath, while Anne is thinking about the captain. Then: Anne sighed, and blushed, and smiled... - and if regency slang were the same as modern slang, I'd say that she was giving him the benefit of the doubt.
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