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Written by Reeba
(10/20/2006 12:27 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Focus: Romanticism; Picturesque cottages., penned by Mandy N
Willoughby's sensibility regarding Barton cottage and his distaste in any changes brought about was a good piece of acting I think, plus the fact that he too is perhaps prone to sensibility.
Interesting observation about Elinor finding liberty in the confined space of Barton cottage.
I liked the 'cottage scene by night'. Very cosy and homely.
The 'cottage door with playing children' has a tree in front of the cottage, which Edward would disapprove of ;)
'Cult of Rusticity' sounds very ominous ;) especially with Robert Ferrars showing every sign of belonging to it.
I agree, Barton cottage may not be of romantic *taste* but was definitely encouraging romance.
Is there something important about Dawlish cottages?
Thank you Mandy. Excellent as usual :)
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