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|Was Mrs. Dashwood doing her daughters a disservice?
Written by Frances Anne
(9/24/2006 9:56 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, The Dashwoods' neighbours, penned by Barbara
It is good for her sense of independence that she does not avail herself of Sir John's carriage to visit wider afield. Is she not limiting the number of eligible bachelors her daughters might meet though. The chance to find friends who are more kindred spirits would also increase with a larger acquaintance.
Is she being rather 'nicer' than is wise?
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