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Re: Dearest Anne Book 2 Chapter 8

October 29, 2020 08:50PM
I agree with you, Julia, about Lady C, but Lizzy is not in the same boat. Lizzy has made a solemn promise; Lady C had nothing to prevent her from immediately alerting the family, except her pride.

I don't think Anne was stupid to want to prove herself capable of living her own life. Any lack in maturity can be blamed on the way her mother confined her to Rosings and did not teach her to be mature and independent. If you don't give a child any responsibility, the child cannot learn to take responsibility for his/her actions. A child should be allowed to make some mistakes on the way to maturity.

Common sense is not learned in an asylum! It would produce more dependence. Common sense can only be learned in a normal living situation.

I am enjoying the story very much and always look forward to the next chapter.
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