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Written by Ana L
(9/14/2003 11:47 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, GR Misrecognition Scenes, Parallels, penned by BarbaraB
] In a short section on S&S: "The suggestion that people may be substituted for one another is developed in a series of misrecognition scenes: Marianne, in her passionate eagerness to see her beloved Willoughby, twice mistakes another man for him, first as Edward Ferrars approaches on horseback, and then when Brandon arrives at the door of Mrs. Jennings' house in London; Elinor [will] wrongly identify [someone in the upcoming chapters and] waiting for her mother to arrive at Marianne's beside..." (SNIP)
Fascinating observations as to the inter-changeability of so many in S&S. May I ask what is the source of this quote? Thanks!
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