Posted by Cassia on January 04, 1998 at 15:09:50:
In response to Sure, but..., written by Greg on January 03, 1998 at 00:49:31
] ] ] Cassia
] ] ] ] Of course, the most obvious answer is Henry and Eleanor are more like their mother in personality than their father. Or they grew more quiet and caution in response to his noise. Most likely it was both of these factors taken together. (snip)
] ] ]
] ] ] MB
] ] ] These seem the most plausible to me, as well. Like Catherine, in this case I choose to be "guided only by what (is) simple and probable" (NA, p. 53). As much as I want to be Elizabeth Bennet, I sometimes find other characters seeping in!
] ] ] And remember that the General's eldest son is much like him, which may lend credence to Cassia's arguments.
Obvously you believe his noise to be bluster while I think he is truly a quarrelsome man. Yes, let's take up this debate later, wouldn't want to spoil anything. ;-D
Posting followups to old messages is disabled; instead go to the main index and post a new message which mentions this one.