Posted by Julia on August 20, 1997 at 17:02:08:
There is a scene when Henry, Eleanor, and Catherine are discussing Isabella's possibly being engaged to Captn. Tilney. Henry says (I'm quoting from memory) "Prepare for your sister, Eleanor, and such a sister as you must delight in! Open, artless, with simple feelings..." and Eleanor replies with a smile to the effect that such a sister would please her. Are they talking about Isabella, or Catherine?
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