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Written by Barb JA
(9/12/2009 10:08 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Exactly., penned by Reeba
Yes Elinor encourages her mother to exert herself, but I doubt she makes fun of her or makes sly insinuations.
In ch. 16 Elinor is concerned about Marianne
Elinor doesn't make fun or make sly insinuations over Marianne's distress over someone else not as intimately connected with them. So why would she do it over Marianne's expressions of grief over the death of her father?
As shown in Nan Duval's post(which I'll link), Elinor likes to tease Marianne for her strictures about other people. :-)
|Elinor teases Marianne|
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