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Written by Ann2
(10/4/2006 5:47 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Ladies in Waiting, penned by Pennie
"They mean no less to be civil and kind to us now," said Elinor," by these frequent invitations than by those which we received from them a few weeks ago. The alteration is not in them, if their parties are grown tedious and dull. We must look for the change elsewhere."
EG Elinor is telling her sister that it is not Sir John's fault that Willoughby is gone and with him every reason for Marianne to find pleasure in the parties at Barton Park.
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