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Written by Robbin
(10/10/2009 3:28 a.m.)
My mother was the first person who told me of it, and I, feeling myself called on to act with resolution, immediately said to her, 'My dear madam, I do not know what you may intend to do on the occasion, but as for myself, I must say, that if Edward does marry this young woman, I never will see him again.' That was what I said immediately, -- I was most uncommonly shocked indeed! -- Poor Edward! -- he has done for himself completely! -- shut himself out for ever from all decent society! -- but as I directly said to my mother, I am not in the least surprised at it; from his style of education it was always to be expected. My poor mother was half frantic." (Ch. 41)
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