Posted by gkb on January 26, 1998 at 21:37:21:
In response to A few other differences..., written by Lynne on January 25, 1998 at 23:46:23
] 3) Also, several people, Edward included, believed that Brandon had shifted his affections to Elinor----which causes a very comical scene between Elinor and Mrs. Jennings--and probably much inner torment for Edward. But this issue is not even addressed in the film.
Yes--there is a line that haunts me describing Edward's feelings. Elinor has mometarily turned her face away from him and he looks at her as if he might hereafter have a reason to wish the distance between the mansion and the parsonage much greater. Just imagine Edward had he been married to Lucy and been required to live next door to Elinor as Mrs. Brandon!
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