History Literature / AgnesGrey

15th Dec '15 8:20:35 AM crazysamaritan
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* TwoWordsAddedEmphasis: Rosalie Murray, about Mr Weston: "I can give you his description in three words ... an insensate, ugly, stupid blockhead. That's four, but no matter ..." ([[TheDitz That's actually five words.]])
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* TwoWordsAddedEmphasis: TwoWordsICantCount: Rosalie Murray, about Murray describes Mr Weston: Weston negatively. Her animosity leads her to describe four negative traits instead of the three she announced. She corrects herself immediately after. --> "I can give you his description in three words ... an insensate, ugly, stupid blockhead. That's four, but no matter ...matter..." ([[TheDitz That's actually five words.]])
29th Nov '15 9:00:33 PM Josef5678
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* TwoWordsObviousTrope - Rosalie Murray, about Mr Weston: "I can give you his description in three words ... an insensate, ugly, stupid blockhead. That's four, but no matter ..." ([[TheDitz That's actually five words.]])
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* TwoWordsObviousTrope - TwoWordsAddedEmphasis: Rosalie Murray, about Mr Weston: "I can give you his description in three words ... an insensate, ugly, stupid blockhead. That's four, but no matter ..." ([[TheDitz That's actually five words.]])
15th Oct '14 10:06:25 AM Spindriver
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* NamesTheSame: [[Literature/MansfieldPark Sir Thomas]] and [[Literature/{{Emma}} Mr. Weston]]... now [[Creator/JaneAusten who do we know]] who has used both those names before?

* WriteWhoYouKnow
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14th Apr '14 10:46:29 PM XFllo
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* TogetherUmbrella

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* TogetherUmbrellaUmbrellaOfTogetherness: Rosalie Murray thinks she has Mr. Weston wrapped around her finger as securely as every man in town, but Agnes is the one who he walks to the carriage with his umbrella.
1st Dec '13 11:30:29 PM Vasha
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Agnes Grey is a 1847 novel written by Anne Brontė, the least well-known Brontė sister. Her first novel, it told the story of her own experience as a governess. The main character, Agnes, is the daughter of a minister who loses his money. She gets one of the only jobs available to women at the time, being a governess for rich families. The book recounts realistically what a governess had to put up with at the time.
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Agnes Grey '''''Agnes Grey''''' is a 1847 novel written by Anne Brontė, the least well-known Brontė sister. Her first novel, it told the story of her own experience as a governess. The main character, Agnes, is the daughter of a minister who loses his money. She gets one of the only jobs available to women at the time, being a governess for rich families. The book recounts realistically what a governess had to put up with at the time.

* FallenPrincess: Agnes' mother; possibly a RebelliousPrincess since she fell of her own free will in order to marry her husband.
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* FallenPrincess: Agnes' Agnes's mother; possibly a RebelliousPrincess since she fell of her own free will in order to marry her husband.

* NamesTheSame: [[MansfieldPark Sir Thomas]] and [[{{Emma}} Mr. Weston]]... now [[JaneAusten who do we know]] who has used both those names before?
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* NamesTheSame: [[MansfieldPark [[Literature/MansfieldPark Sir Thomas]] and [[{{Emma}} [[Literature/{{Emma}} Mr. Weston]]... now [[JaneAusten [[Creator/JaneAusten who do we know]] who has used both those names before?

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* NamesTheSame: [[MansfieldPark Sir Thomas]] and [[{{Emma}} Mr. Weston]]... now [[JaneAusten who do we know]] who has used both those names before?
11th Sep '12 2:23:46 PM ThisIsATestTai
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* TwoWordsObviousTrope: Rosalie Murray, about Mr Weston: "I can give you his description in three words ... an insensate, ugly, stupid blockhead. That's four, but no matter ..." ([[TheDitz That's actually five words.]])
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* TwoWordsObviousTrope: TwoWordsObviousTrope - Rosalie Murray, about Mr Weston: "I can give you his description in three words ... an insensate, ugly, stupid blockhead. That's four, but no matter ..." ([[TheDitz That's actually five words.]])
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