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|Another contrast within Persuasion
Written by Debra Mc
(10/29/2011 5:36 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, What a contrast, penned by TimLee
I have really been struck on this re-read by the lack of familial affection amongst the Elliots. Its all appearance to them.
Sir Walter has little to now interest in Mary or her children's lives
Mary has no problem vacationing in and around Lyme while Louisa recovers - while her children are still at Uppercross.
The Harvilles treat the Musgroves as family, and in return, the Musgroves give the Harville children a visit to Uppercross.
It makes one admire Anne even more, and I love that she will now be with Frederick's friends who care for each other as if they were family.
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