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|Does she cease to worry about the inside
Written by CarolTS
(9/12/2009 1:40 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Exactly formed to engage Marianne's heart? (long), penned by Robbin
since the outside of him fit in so well with what she was looking for? Or is she just making one of her famous leaps that since he fits all her external criteria that he must fit the inside as well? (I have no notion from these 2 chapters that he really doesn't fit, just that unlike Edward, it's never stated. As Robbin mentions, it's stated often for Edward. Quite a change there.)
In fact, interestingly enough, much less of Willoughby's heart and soul are seen in these descriptive passages. That has been how JA has been introducing the characters more often than not so far in this book.
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