No wonder he finds Catherine so irresistable...
Posted by Kathlyn on January 04, 1998 at 15:32:47:
In response to chapter 12.., written by Haley on January 04, 1998 at 12:36:40
] "Oh! Mr. Tilney, I have been quite wild to speak to you"
] "But I had ten thousand times rather have been with you"
] "I would have jumped out and run after you."
] Is there a Henry in the world who could be insensible
] to such ...? Henry Tilney at least was not.
THAT'S FOR SURE! She is really laying it on thick, but with Catherine's innocence it seems to work. If a Caroline Bingley had uttered these same words wouldn't we all have been rolling our eyes in disgust?
I forgot how open her interest in Henry was. These sentences are a pretty overt declaration of her like for him. No wonder he sat down next to her.
Henry doesn't seem to mind being adored...
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