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Written by Robbin
(3/1/2007 1:13 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Books in disguise, penned by Elena
Is there any significance to throwing Peregrine Pickle under the toilet and Roderick Ramdom into the closet? The closet does not seem so bad but the toilet seems very disparaging or am I putting the wrong meaning to toilet in this instance? They are in a dressing room, where I suppose Lydia would perform her toilet—the act of dressing and grooming—the hair-dresser has torn out papers from Fordyce’s Sermons so someone at least had their hair arranged in the room. It does seem though that “under the toilet” alludes to a specific item. ;D
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