No less real
Posted by Laraine on September 10, 1997 at 10:56:11:
In response to Emma2 Question?, written by Ann on September 09, 1997 at 22:34:12
] Right near the beginning of Emma 2, after the wedding when the Woodhouses are dining, and before Knightley appears, Mr. Woodhouse says to Emma something like:
"Your mother could be no less real than Miss Taylor".What on earth does that mean????
But I also agree, Ann, that it's really a strange sentence for McGrath to have written. Maybe he's attempting to mirror the strangeness of early 19th century speech, but it's not very good movie dialogue if it's hard to decipher...
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