The sense of Jane herself
Posted by Bob on January 15, 1998 at 17:24:23:
In response to Sorry, Bob, written by Bonny on January 11, 1998 at 00:18:35
] supposed to show a slightly selfish sort of sense, a blunt display of it, untempered by consideration for the feelings of others. I liked that Emma could honour it as stemming from the "right" reasons of domestic attachment
I wonder if JA is revealing something of herself in these two passages. Did she prefer to stay in the domestic warmth and not venture out on these uncomfortable expeditions?
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