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|I doubt she needs his help
Written by CarolTS
(10/10/2009 1:54 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Robertís Sneakiness, penned by Robbin
At no point in this novel does Mrs. Ferras seem devoid of these type of ideas or seditments. I do think Robert was hoping mightily that it would end up this way and doing all he could to ensure it. But personally, I think that even if Robert had been a decent person, their mother would have done the exact same thing. After all, she's the woman who whined yearly about paying a retirement to some trusted and faithful servants and made Lucy the star attraction to get back at Elinor.
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