Posted by Cassia on May 29, 1997 at 14:52:46:
In reply to Re: Yikes! Fanny as a pillar of strength posted by Sherry on May 27, 1997 at 22:11:47
] ] ] I agree that she knows all and tells nothing. She could of saved her family whom she loves so much. Why does she not speak up.
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] ] ] Others have expressed this opinion in other threads far better than I will, but.. Remember that Fanny's status at Mansfield Park is just a notch above that of the servants.
] Oh really? Well she speaks up loud and clear when it comes to her own future with creepy Crawford!
How dare you bash Henry Crawford!!!!!!
No he isn't the nicest man in the world but he is the most charming villan in all of JA's work. At least he relises his faults and seeks to rectify them by marrying Fanny. He's also another JA rarity, an intelligent man who can actually hold a witty conversation without having his arem twisted, niether Darcy nor Knightley will, or can.
I just wish he had better taste in women.
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