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Written by Ramya
(10/30/2011 9:53 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, right before reading The Letter, penned by AmyFlo
the most romantic moment in all of Austen (except, perhaps, for, "Dearest, most beloved Emma!). What a letter! What passion, longing, and warmth!
I can imagine the setting: CW listening "with all his soul" to CH and Anne's conversation, maneuvering his chair just like Anne did at the concert, trying to listen better. Anne, with a faltering voice, explains how she thinks it would be too hard on Man to have a woman's tender feelings, and CW can listen to longer in silence. Sigh...
The rest of his letter also hows how he is finely tuned to Anne's words, movements, and very emotions. they are both so much in sync with each other. Anne was tenderness itself, and she had the full worth of it in Captain Wentworth's affection. Wonderful....
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