Posted by Barbara on January 26, 1998 at 17:55:48:
In response to Eliza's situation & a question, written by Kelley on January 25, 1998 at 20:58:29
] While I was at home over break, I found a snippet of a quote by ET, regarding her adaptation: "I met this woman on a plane who asked me, 'Do you have the basket scene?' 'What the hell is the basket scene?' I said to myself, because the book has left my brain. She said, 'You know, the basket scene with Anne.' I said, 'Oh! I cut Anne out.' She didn't say another word. I'll understand if I get bloody artifacts sent through the post from people who want me dead."
] What is the basket scene? Doesn't it have something to do with Lady Middleton's bratty kids? I've been trying to remember with no success!
This is the only thing I could find that might be "a basket scene"--I wonder if it could be this (although it seems to be about Lucy and not Anne):
The card-table was then placed; and Elinor began to wonder at herself for having ever entertained a hope of finding time for conversation at the Park.
They all rose up in preparation for a round game.
"I am glad," said Lady Middleton to Lucy, "you
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