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|What is Willoughby's Problem Anyway? (Ch 10)
Written by BarbaraB
(9/12/2009 4:30 p.m.)
Right on the heels of Elinor's observation of Brandon, she is prompted to feel even more compassion for him because of the way Willoughby and Marianne slight him when his name comes up in a conversion.
By the end of it, Willoughby heartily confesses his dislike of the Colonel. Why should this be? I can see nothing the Colonel has done or said to ellicit a dislike so strong it is bordering on something closer to...aversion? Contempt?
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