Admiration of Henry
Posted by Claire on January 10, 1998 at 15:54:55:
In response to The real reason why I admire Henry Tilney, written by Caroline on January 08, 1998 at 15:15:13
] ] The fact that Henry has one, yet has a decent house, retains his sense of humour,and doesn't go mad, is , to me, a sign of a superior being. ;-)
That is really a profound observation, Caroline, and it speaks well of Henry Tilney. He's caring, considerate, gentle, genteel, intelligent, handsome -- why he has all the most desirable qualities. But, you're right, sometimes they may be only surface, unless examined. And, I'm sure putting up with a Newfooundler, would be an acid test. To me, he comes off as a real gentleman,
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