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Written by Jo Y
(2/11/2004 9:24 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Perhaps she didn't take her seriously, penned by Chandra S
it probably all seemed like a great adventure for Lydia from Kitty's point of view - just a bit of fun that she was sharing vicariously. Having a new favourite every other day was nothing new for Lydia. Jane "did not think it right for either of them" (Mary or Kitty) to be involved in keeping their home running; she seems justified in that assessment for Kitty's response was to spend time in her room at "her toilette" - very helpful I'm sure! Kitty has no clue as to the gravity of Lydia's actions with the "And Lydia used to want to go to London" comment when her father first spoke to them on his return from London. Again highlighting the contrast between the thoughtlessness of Lydia and Kitty with no appreciation for the consequences of their behaviour, with Jane and Lizzie's responsibility and very real awareness of the consequences of Lydia's actions.
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