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It may well be outrageous, but what if it is true?
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Nancy Gish" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2007 6:35 PM
Subject: Re: New England Ladies


> As I said, there is no analogy.  In 1911, if a man said he was in love,
> it was to be trusted.  That was the point of those words.  And it is
> frankly disgraceful to say that when a man betrays trust the woman is
> just silly.  It is outrageous.
> Nancy
>
> >>> Kate Troy <[log in to unmask]> 06/14/07 8:06 PM >>>
>
> By the way, Nancy, Annette was also a New England lady.
>
> As I remember, Annette had a good job and received promotions, etc. She
>
> owned a nice home. Emily waited all of those years, instead of pursuing
> her
> happiness with a man who wanted to be with her.  I imagine that Emily
> used  to cry
> at Christmas and Thanksgiving and on her birthday, etc., just as
> Annette used
> to do.
>
> In a message dated 6/14/2007 7:40:01 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> [log in to unmask] writes:
>
> Emily  Hale was a very accomplished, intelligent woman who was also a
> New
> England  lady in 1911 when she and TSE met--well before the married Viv.
>
> When they  started writing and seeing each other, Viv had been put in
> an
> institution.  Hale did not just meet a married man and "see"  him.
> There
> is no analogy at all.  She was not remotely silly or  naive.
>
> Nancy
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