More on Fanny
Posted by Linden on June 24, 1998 at 06:03:20:
In response to Fanny and Edmund, written by Constanza on June 23, 1998 at 16:30:14
] Of course, he must have been a sensitive person to first notice Fanny's needs (the rest of the Bertrams fails to do so) but I believe that it is Fanny herself who ultimately makes him such a caring and trustworthy young man. After all, knowing that you are responsible for somebody's happiness and comfort must weight a great deal as far as personal development goes.
Yes, good thought. Even when he's in the depths of love for Mary, he always recognises Fanny's moral superiority: she sort of keeps him on track.
I've just thought - is Edward always subconsciously attracted to Fanny? Or have I just started a double war combining the Fanny Price war with the Subconscious Attraction war from P&P?
- First love and second gkb 11:07:57 6/24/98 (6)
- Edmund, Mary, and Fanny Tamee 14:32:56 6/24/98 (4)
- Your points make a lot of sense to me! (nfm) :-) Lea 12:20:47 6/25/98 (0)
- Separate and together gkb 11:15:57 6/25/98 (0)
- Right tags in this (I hope) Constanza 15:42:35 6/24/98 (0)
- What an insteresting view! Everybody read the post above Constanza 15:40:07 6/24/98 (0)
- Awareness (or the lack of it) Constanza 12:16:29 6/24/98 (0)
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