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Written by Shir
(4/15/2003 8:25 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Deeper and deeper, penned by Elena
] BTW, Henry seems to say something in the line "I prefer you walking (in a garden) to sitting in a room". It may be a hint on their pleasant walk, or just his taste as an active man. Does he sound Catherine whether they have similar tastes - for a walk through life together?
I read it this way too, but am a bit puzzled by it. Why does Henry say ”the love of a hyacinth may be rather domestic”? . I thought it was a wild flower?
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