Posted by Sherry on May 29, 1997 at 15:30:05:
In reply to Re: Yikes! / Darcy,Knightly and Anne posted by Ann on May 29, 1997 at 13:51:52
] ] Knightly could hardly ... suddenly play the lovesick fool.
]. If he didn't think Frank was good enough for Emma, shouldn't he have interfered and tried to steer her away from him?
Knightly does make his opinions of Frank known to Emma.
He can always do his duty, Do you comprehend their (J&F)
] ] Darcy was doing a good for his sister by trying to avoid scandel.
A good is a beneficense obtained by someone else through actions of ourself. Georgiana benefits from Darcy's silence.
]] So that lessens her culpability-- Anne as regards father and Mrs. Clay
Perhaps not but it shows her to be thinking of alternatives and not to be a simpering vapid little victim all the time.
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