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Re: The Dreadful Black --- (Udolpho, SPOILERS)

October 09, 2010 02:50AM
Perhaps because it allowed the silly females to get all scared and crazy but the book patted them on the head and went "no no silly girl everything has a reason and an explanation and you should put down the books before your brain is rotted"?

Or they didn't have TV? It was a big new thing at the time?

Should I confess I wanted Emily with that other dude? The one who told her that Valencourt had fallen for the NIgerian Bank Scam?
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