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|Willoughby is not drunk in Chapter 44.
Written by Kristina F
(9/8/2013 11:08 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, It does, and, penned by Nancy Ann
When he tells Elinor that he is drunk, he is being sarcastic. This means that all of the horrible, selfish, accusatory things he says during his "confession" cannot be blamed on any sort of intoxication - he is fully responsible for every one of them.
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