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|Giving Mr. Ferrars the benefit of the doubt?
Written by Ramya
(10/22/2012 11:13 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Even an amiable sister-in-law!, penned by Nuria
Not me! He was so completely under his wife's thumb that he left his fortune at the mercy of his nasty-tempered wife. He must have known his younger-son was of a more shy nature, but still took no steps to protect his future. He must have been a weak man... ;-)
I think Edward may have turned out differently from his family because of his time in Mr. Pratt's school. The uncle who was looking out for him must have had more of an insight into Edward's nature and tried to look out for him.
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