Posted by Linda on May 30, 1997 at 10:36:39:
In reply to Re: I like Fanny, too. posted by kathleen (elder) on May 30, 1997 at 08:46:56
] ] Despite Fanny's lack of action, I like her. I like her a lot! She may be a bit of a wimp (Lizzy she ain't) but she always remains true to her principles which is more often than not more difficult and heroic than confrontations.
] Anne P -- I also like and admire Fannyl. I have liked her since my 3rd or 4th reading of MP, when I forgave her for not being Elizabeth Bennet! :-)
Could I join you in the I Like Fanny camp?
Not only is she non-confrontational, (is that a word?), a trait of which I approve, but she is compassionate, long-suffering (not always a virtue), forgiving, loyal and, generally, a good person with a lot of strength of character. Whew! that is a lonnnggg sentence.
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