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Written by Diane Margaret
(1/29/2004 11:59 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, How Lizzy sees Anne, penned by B. Michelle
]She thinks only of what is comfortable for herself. From this Lizzy sees her as unfeeling and selfish (if she is too ill to come in , why is she visiting at all), and therefore feels no pity for her.
Put this way it seems even harsher than before. Who is Lizzy to determine at one glance from a distance that Anne, because she is thin and small, should not enjoy an outing without her mother but should instead stay isolated at Rosings.
Since Mr. Collins is always on the lookout for any carriages passing maybe she is the one being prevented from enjoying her outing by being flagged down by him. Wouldn't it be ruder of her to go driving past without stopping at all?
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