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|The age of thinking seriously
Written by Tom P2
(10/25/2011 6:53 p.m.)
Here's a similarity I hadn't noticed before, between Mrs Smith's words and Captain Wentworth's.
Ch21> At nineteen, you know, one does not think very seriously; but Mr. Elliot appeared to me quite as good as others, and much more agreeable than most others, and we were almost always together.
Ch23> I was hers in honour if she wished it. I had been unguarded. I had not thought seriously on this subject before.
They're lining up to tell Anne how much more serious they've become.
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