|Reviews for The Right Thing|
| shepweir always chapter 1 . 8/27/2011
Well said in so much conveyed in a few words
| Miriam1 chapter 1 . 8/21/2011
I love this moment of reflection. It is exactly what I imagine went through her mind at that time.
Lady Russell means well, but she always thinks in terms of the expectations that Sir Elliot has, and the expectations of the society of people he keeps company. I'm not sure she ever really paid attention to the wants and desires of Anne. I'm also sure she never stopped to think that people are more than their place in the hierarchy of class and nobility.
She seems to be the polite version of what Anne's father is.
Nicely done. (And, as always, I'm always glad to help.)