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Written by Moni
(5/22/2007 10:43 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Then what I want to know..., penned by Kathi
CH. 29 - "Sir William did not say much. He was storing his memory with anecdotes and noble names."
He is like Mr Collins, in his attitude to Lady Catherine, and thus, it makes sense Charlotte may have this model from her father already instilled:
CH. 29 - Leaving Rosings: "From these instructions they were summoned by the arrival of the coach; ***and with many speeches of thankfulness on Mr. Collins's side, and as many bows on Sir William's***, they departed."
IMO, how I have figured it, it doesn't mean Charlotte is not the sensible person she mostly appears, it just means she has this trait, which becomes more obvious with her union with Mr Collins.
Just my take on it, I was only just thinking of these themes last night. Another side to Charlotte, along with her sensible and practical traits, that seems to emerge, the more we see of her? Not absolutely sure on this one.
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