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|Perhaps the epistolary version was more like a screen adaptation?
Written by Tom P2
(9/24/2009 5:59 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, You make some really good arguments, penned by Anselm
Your train of thought reminds me of the debate about whether Marianne is a full co-heroine or a more secondary character. My current thinking is that she's secondary in the novel, but on screen her significance catches up with Elinor's, because the reader/viewer no longer sits in a privileged position inside Elinor's head. Perhaps, in the epistolary version, the important conversations between Lucy and Elinor were still hidden from the reader at this point in the story?
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