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Written by Lynn Marie
(5/2/2005 12:43 p.m.)
At the end of Chap.2,Mr. Primrose argues with Mr.Wilmot in defense of monogamy. He discovered Wilmot's opposition to his theory in that,"he was at that time actually courting a fourth wife".
When he speaks of monogamy, does he mean widowers and that they shouldn't remarry? Surely he doesn't mean having more than one wife at a time does he?
- monogamy Lynn Marie (5/2/2005 12:43 p.m.)
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