Posted by Cassie M. on June 12, 1997 at 15:18:05:
In reply to Fanny on Prozac posted by Cassie M. on June 02, 1997 at 13:46:57
I think that Henry would have reformed completely had Fanny accepted him. I think that she would have brought out any good in him and made him realize her worth versus her cousin's. I cannot remember the progress of the novel anymore. Does Henry still claim to be pursuing Fanny when he runs off with Maria? I got the impression that he had been given a definite "no" answer and therefore gave up being the good guy and reverted. If he was truly in love with Fanny (or in love with the Idea of being in love with Fanny) then this would be a rebound move, right?
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