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I must admit to not feeling the best today, so though I wish to comment on the read along passage, my answers will be short and not particularly deep and not even answers really. 🙂 I did enjoy this section of the text.
1. That is an interesting character connection between the Churchills and Frank. I had not thought of that and am delighted to be able to view things with this thought in mind. Not that I have had enough time to ponder and put my thoughts into words 🙂
2. My thought on that situation was — If this had been Lizzy and Mr. Collins who had gotten locked in that carriage together…alone, I wonder what Mrs. Bennet would do?
3. I think both are at fault in the situation. Both were looking at what they wished to accomplish and interpreting things through their wishes.
Sorry, I know my comments are not deep or profound or anything along that line, but all my poor brain can manage at the moment. 🙂
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