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March 24, 2010
I am nearly finished reading this Jane Austin Book, not my normal cup of tea. The book moves so slowly. People complain about Moby Dick. Nobody takes time setting up a character like Jane. Anyway Crawford has just committed his unpardonable, leaving Fanny to sweat out the meaning of it all. I was wondering myself, just what moral message Jane had for us. Apparently, it is a very stern one. It could have been worse, I suppose. Fanny didnít give in to Crawford and have to drown herself; not yet at least. I still have a few pages to go.