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Written by Tom P2
(9/30/2009 4:33 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, I think Col. Brandon called Willoughby out because..., penned by Cathy Allen
I imagine it would be quite irksome for Colonel Brandon to think of Mr Willoughby as continuing unchecked. Perhaps there's an element of prevention in "I to punish his conduct" (ch31) - an element of protecting Mr Willoughby's possible future victims.
I also wondered briefly about forcing him to marry Eliza II, but that doesn't fit so well with what Colonel Brandon said. She'd be better off single than married to a man who's "expensive, dissipated, and worse than both".
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