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|Once Fanny was almost deterred
Written by MiriB
(9/3/2003 3:35 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Since when has being rather rude deterred Fanny ? nfm, penned by JanB
Perhaps Fanny thought for a moment that her mother had been quite rude enough, -- for, colouring a little, she immediately said, "They are very pretty, ma'am -- an't they?" But then again, the dread of having been too civil, too encouraging herself, probably came over her, for she presently added, "Do you not think they are something in Miss Morton's style of painting, ma'am? She does paint most delightfully. How beautifully her last landscape is done!"
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