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Written by Reeba
(9/29/2009 4:32 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Colonel Brandon: A Dashing Figure?, penned by BarbaraB
And then he can turn on his deeper feelings too:
"...he came to look at Marianne and talk to Elinor," (I do smile at this)
"...his **continued** regard for her sister. She feared it was a strengthening regard. It grieved her to see the earnestness with which he often watched Marianne, and his spirits were certainly worse than when at Barton.
What he must feel to see Marianne feeling and suffering for a man like Willoughby who was also responsible for making him suffer. Poor Colonel.
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