Will, Alec and Damon?
Posted by Cassandra on August 08, 1998 at 14:01:36:
In response to Willoughby & Alec D'Urberville, written by Linda K. on August 05, 1998 at 22:27:37
I agree. Willoughby is much more complex and flawed though he is-he makes no pretentions for goodness. I really enjoyed the Hardy description and it definitely fits. Will has a disarming frankness. I love his "she knew I had no regard for her when I married her."
Speaking of HArdy-I've always thought there were parallels between MArianne and Willoughby and Eustacia and Damon Wildeve in Return of the Native.
Eustacia wishing for a great love, or she shall die, trly die..
- I have not read..... Linda K. 10:16:48 8/09/98 (7)
- ROTN Cassandra 08:49:18 8/12/98 (0)
- ROTN Barbara 17:38:58 8/09/98 (5)
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