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|The must of a cottage
Written by Heidi M.
(10/20/2006 5:03 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Focus: Romanticism; Picturesque cottages., penned by Mandy N
One of my favorite characters in the book is Robert Ferrars, and it's mostly because of his absurdity, but my favorite scene, where he shines the most, is when he extoles the virtues of a cottage. To me, it's like someone in a penthouse saying how they wished they lived in a studio apartment (bedsit), and that everyone should own a studio, if they possibly can.
He and Willoughby ought to discuss the particulars of the cottage together. Mr. Robert can introduce Willoughby the best designers, and Willoughby can use his newly earned income to finally pull down Combe Magna and rebuild it into the image of Barton Cottage.
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