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|I also forgot Nurse Rooke in Persuasion.
Written by donald s. taylor
(3/10/2003 6:17 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, I've always felt ..., penned by Anne P
In my cautious opinion, she, who, as Mrs. Smith informs us, is more likely to see the flaws than the virtues in her patients, is kind of a stand-in for Jane Austen, who shares that ability.
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