I have no scruple in saying that you cannot be in Love. … —but tho’ I did not think you then so much in love as you thought yourself, I did consider you as being attached in a degree—quite sufficiently for happiness, as I had no doubt it would increase with opportunity.
What is the main idea of this “On Making an Agreeable Marriage” by Jane Austen?
Austen knew that Fanny was not as in love as Fanny acted, but she thought Fanny liked Mr. J. P. enough to be happy.
Austen believed Fanny was mistaken about changing her mind, that she actually did love Mr. J. P.
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Is this the entire question? The end seems to be cut off.