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26 January 2010

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Mrs. Catherick is like Clytemnestra without a sense of humor.

Winterrain

Such a good description of Mrs. Catherick. I'm very fond of all the women in this book; even the ones I don't particularly like (Laura) are such well imagined characters. Even today, I think it's somewhat rare to find multiple well- developed women in books by men.

Sarah I.

I second that all the female characters in this book are great. I loved Mrs. Catherick - so devious and snarky.

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