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Written by Robbin
(9/11/2013 3:54 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, But I think Austen meant it to be sincere, penned by Pete
I think Willoughby sincerely regrets his situation. He says he wanted to apologize but does he ever actually apologize? Or does he just list a great many excuses as to why others carry blame for his actions? Why he is as much a victim as anyone else? I think Willoughby's visit to Cleveland was to make himself feel better and the idea of an apology was just a ruse to keep from being kicked out the door before pleading his case.
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