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Written by Robbin
(3/6/2007 7:57 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Act IV: Jack's disguise revealed, penned by Cheryl
Although Lydia is silly in some of her ideas I think she does want to be loved for herself. She does have a right to be angry at Jack; no one likes to be fooled and he did begin talking of having her fortune. I got the impression Jack's disguise was partly to ensure that Lydia liked him for himself also so it is silly of him to not understand her feelings. Faulkland then is not the only gentleman a bit insecure but he is still the King of Captiousness. ;D
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