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|Beginning of a beautiful relationship?
Written by Robbin
(10/17/2006 9:20 a.m.)
Marianne's indignation burst forth as soon as he quitted the room; and as her vehemence made reserve impossible in Elinor, and unnecessary in Mrs. Jennings, they all joined in a very spirited critique upon the party. (Chapter 37)
Marianne and Mrs. Jennings finally agree on something, actually two things—John, Fanny and Mrs. Ferrars are louts for treating Edward so dismally and Edward’s merit in the situation. Marianne has been more attentive to Col Brandon—since his confession; will this agreement in sentiment over Edward’s situation finally allow Marianne to see some merit in Mrs. Jennings? Could this be the beginning of a beautiful relationship? (;D)
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